Instructor to the stars – David Leadbetter is recognized as one of the world's leading golf instructors, and has worked with stars such as Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Ernie Els and Greg Norman.
Top teacher – Seen here with former child prodigy Michelle Wie in 2010, Leadbetter has established coaching academies around the world.
Teaching the world – Leadbetter's golf empire has grown from his main academy in Florida to locations all around the world.
Reaping the rewards – He says he has scaled back his on-tour coaching these days, but does a lot of corporate work and writing.
Tiger's tutor – Butch Harmon made his name coaching Tiger Woods. Here he guides Woods during the 1995 Masters -- two years before his breakthrough victory at Augusta.
'Lefty' learns – After splitting with Woods in 2004, Harmon linked up with the former world No. 1's greatest rival Phil Mickelson three years later.
Haney's help – Woods spent six years with coach Hank Haney, seen here teaching a young Chinese golfer at the launch of his academy at China's Mission Hills Hainan in Haikou in 2010.
Europe's finest – Pete Cowen, seen here coaching fellow Englishman Simon Dyson, has been at the forefront of Europe's recent golfing dominance.
Coaching Clarke – Cowen has long worked with Darren Clarke, who finally won his first major title at this year's British Open.
The next Tiger? – Cowen has also helped Clarke's fellow Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy, who this year claimed his first major triumph at the U.S. Open.