Instagram gave golf fans plenty of gifts in 2015.
There were the requisite selfies with trophies.
Some now-classic moments from the year's major championships.
And no shortage of behind-the-scenes snapshots from our favorite players.
We've narrowed down our favorites to the Top 10.
10. Jordan Spieth with the lead, all the way.
Spieth's wire-to-wire performance would be a sign of a career-defining year to come.
9. A little thing called back-to-back majors.
After winning the Masters, the major Spieth has said he most wanted to win, he went on to capture the U.S. Open title at Chambers Bay by a one-stroke margin.
8. The ruptured ligament heard around the world.
While playing a pick-up soccer game with friends, Rory McIlroy injured his ankle, taking him out of contention for the Open Championship and putting a damper on much of the rest of his year.
7. Fairwell to a champion.
Tom Watson won the Open Championship five times in his career. He would play his final rounds at St. Andrews, a fitting end at the Home of Golf.
6. The beginning of a beautiful (social media) friendship.
In what would become the longest Open Championship to date, Zach Johnson claimed the Claret Jug after a three-man playoff.
5. This is how you do a practice round ahead of a major.
Jordan Spieth took full advantage of his practice time at Whistling Straits. Despite his eventual loss to Jason Day, his gracious reaction of "the best loss I've ever had" would become a highlight of its own.
4. Day wins.
Jason Day summed up his first major this way: "I knew today was going to be tough, but I didn't realize how tough it was going to be."
3. A Solheim Cup comeback for the ages.
It would come down to the singles matches. But the U.S. team rallied for a one-point victory and its first win in Europe since 2009.
2. Well played, Mr. Spieth.
They were just strolling through a practice round at East Lake. Then Jordan Spieth showed off his photobomb skills.
1. Now on the range, Dash Day.
Dash Day has won over crowds on more than one 18th green. He's also showing off his golf game, just like dad.
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