Dirty Harry, Tiger highlight USGA's pace-of-play push

Paula Creamer is one of many stars to help out the USGA in its new pace-of-play initiative.

ARDMORE, Pa. -- What do you get when you cross Dirty Harry with The King and the Pink Panther?

Somehow you get the USGA's new pace-of-play initiative.

Our Adam Schupak dissected the entire plan in his feature from the Wednesday morning press conference. You can read that here.

What you might not have seen yet are the five public-service announcements that the USGA put together to kick off its campaign.

They include Clint Eastwood, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods, Annika Sorenstam, Paula Creamer and Butch Harmon – an eclectic mix, to say the least.

Enjoy a few laughs with us, just click the play button on each!

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Clint Eastwood

The San Francisco native is an investor in the Pebble Beach Golf Links and owns Tehama Golf Club.

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Arnold Palmer

"The King" won seven major titles during his career, including the 1960 U.S. Open. He had 62 career PGA Tour victories.

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Tiger Woods

A 14-time major winner, current World No. 1 and holder of 77 career PGA Tour victories, good for second place all-time.

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Annika Sorenstam

Retired (at only 42), but stays involved through teaching, golf course design and junior programs. Had 93 professional victories, including 72 on the LPGA tour.

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Paula Creamer, Butch Harmon

Harmon has a stable of students – including Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson – while also having taught the likes of Tiger Woods. Creamer, aka 'The Pink Panther', has nine career victories, including the 2010 U.S. Women's Open.

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