The most beautiful men in golf
Rafa Cabrero Bello
Rafa is probably best known for his stints on the Ryder Cup, but the Spanish heartthrob has two European Tour wins under his belt and two career best finishes in 2016. Expect big things coming in the future.
Adam Scott is one of the accomplished golfers in the world, holding the #1 World Rank for part of 2014 and winning The Masters in 2013. The swaggering Aussie is known for his various feuds and disagreements, but even with his tough exterior, pretty much everyone agrees he’s easy on the eyes.
Alvaro Quiros has spent much of his time on the European tour, where he’s racked up 6 wins over the course of his career. The Spaniard’s career has been slow for a few years since winning twice in 2011, but even if his performance has dipped he continues to look great out on the course.
You can’t have a much better year than Dustin Johnson’s 2016, finally winning his first major and taking home PGA awards including Player of the Year. Known as consistently one of the longest drivers on the tour, DJ is also pretty easy on the eyes. The man also has it made off the course, where he is in a long term relationship with Paulina Gretzky.
Rickie Fowler is the most photogenic of the Golf Boys. He may not have won his first major yet, but he’s already known for his competitive play and his stylish outfits on the course— something any Chervò fan will appreciate. Still under 30, this young gun has a huge future in front of him.
The McConaissance may be in full swing, but the swaggering Texan doesn’t let his swing get rusty, even when filming TV and film projects. The Austin, Texas, native, spends plenty of time on his hometown links.
The British star, may have earned the reputation as a bad boy in his early years, but has since cleaned up his image and become a beloved star of stage and screen. Though he may be self-deprecating about his handicap, his love for the game is serious. He can be regularly seen playing some of the best courses in the UK, in between shoots.
The original James Bond may have always looked the part, but this Scottish legend didn’t start playing the game until he had to learn for the film Goldfinger. Apparently that was all it took to make Connery a fanatic of the game. Now a member at St. Andrews, you’d be hard pressed to find a more devoted amateur of the sport. And if life imitates art, you better believe 007 looks good doing it.
With one of the lowest handicaps in Hollywood, Andy might not be the kind of guy you want to play for big money. When he’s not keeping up his busy filming schedule, he can usually be seen at Lakeside in Burbank, California, working on his game. Don’t expect much slippage in his game going forward.
The multi-faceted entertainer came to the great game later in life, as he only started playing 6 years ago. But, just like everything else he tries, Justin has found a way to be successful at this as well. Just a 6 handicap now, the Tennessee native will probably only get better, if his music, acting and stage careers don’t get in the way.
The Maroon 5 rocker is certainly one of the biggest names in music today. But he might not be the best golfer in his own family, as his Victoria’s Secret model wife, Behati Prinsloo, is also an avid golfer. Adam recently appeared on the Haney Project to work with the renowned swing coach, maybe so he could get a leg up on his wife or maybe because he’s considering a career change. Only time will tell.