Former Players champion Adam Scott does a TV interview after finishing his practice round Wednesday.
The clubhouse always stands out, especially on a clear, sunny day.
Some people probably want to jump in that pond, given the heat this week.
A golfer practices on a putting green.
The American flag flies above the names of past champions in honor of Tiger Woods, an American, who won last year's tournament.
Luke Donald signs autographs for some kids after hitting from the practice tee.
Steve Stricker takes a swing from the practice tee.
A fan sits on a hill, watching players practice from an aerial view.
Flags line the walkway between the third hole and the practice tees.
A boy rolls down a hill, enjoying his time at The Players Championship.
A golfer putts on the practice green, gearing up for the tournament.
Electronic signs around the course let fans know who's golfing and what hole they're on.
A golfer takes a chip shot during his practice round.
A videographer stands alongside volunteers at the second green.
A fan lounges in a shady spot on a hill as he watches golfers finish up on the second hole.
Some boys and girls wait for players to walk by and sign autographs.
A player gives a girl a pink hat back after signing it for her.
A boy watches as a golfer signs something for him in between holes.
This may look familiar. It's a replica of the 17th island green for plans to play on.
Fans take their swings, trying to land a shot on the replica green.
Hospitality tents over look the 18th hole on a beautiful day.
The landscaping all around TPC Sawgrass is worth admiring.
Golfers and caddies walk from the 18th tee to their second shots.
Cameras of all kinds surround the Stadium Course, including an automated one at the 18th tee.
The clubhouse reflects of the water that runs all along the 18th hole.
Fans sit on the hill at the 17th hole. It's certain the area will be packed this weekend.
There's always movement and a little bit of a rumbling noise on the 17th hill.
The island green looks perfect for The Players 2014.
Fans bring their own lawn chairs and kick back and relax to watch the action.
A new, extended platform gives a bird's-eye view of the island green.
There wasn't a cloud in the sky as fans look on and get some sun.
Mist fans look and feel great on a hot day.
A pair of fans overlook the 18th tee from the new extended platform that connects to the 17th hole.
A golfer tees off on the 18th hole during his practice round.
Another golfer lines up his shot, landing it in the middle of the fairway.
This is the view from the new platform that overlooks the 18th tee.
The 17th hole can sometimes be colorful, in more ways the one.
Looks like April showers did indeed bring May flowers.
Some caddies hit the ball into the water at 17, but it was all for a good cause.
The hospitality areas behind the 17th teen were full to watch the caddie competition Wednesday.
The Golf Channel and NBC broadcast set is at the 17th hole.
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