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Tweets of the Week: Sergio Garcia’s bunker meltdown, Tiger Woods tees it up with President Trump, and Matt Kuchar gives a very scientific excuse

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Rickie Fowler got over the line at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, while Dustin Johnson won the inaugural Saudi International, in a truly chaotic week in the golfing world, which saw players call out the USGA, and Sergio Garcia DQ’d for attacking the greens in Saudi Arabia.

Here are some things you may have missed though, and some of the quirkier moments from the world of golf dished out in the Twittersphere over the past seven days.

Tiger & Jack Tee It Up With The President

Donald Trump appeared very happy to tee it up alongside two of the greats of the game…

…and even gave some insight into Tiger’s round…

Sergio’s Meltdown

Sergio Garcia may have been DQ’d for abusing the greens at the Saudi International, but here’s footage of him the day before losing the plot in the bunkers.

Dumped Clubs

While also at the Saudi International, an unknown pro decided to dump four of their clubs after a round. Must be something in the water over there.

Miller Bows Out

Johnny Miller made his final broadcast appearance on Saturday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Here are some of his finest moments from the booth…

…while Roger Maltbie gave this emotional tribute to Miller. Yeah, I know, all the feels, right?

Champ’s Shoes

In case you missed it, Cameron Champ rocked up at TPC Scottsdale wearing odd shoes. The reason? Champ was honoring Black History Month.

Kuchar Channels His Inner Bryson

Sorry, but what on earth are you talking about Matt?

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Gianni is a freelance writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma in Sports Journalism. He can be contacted at gmagliocco@outlook.com. Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

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  1. Tom

    Feb 4, 2019 at 2:18 pm

    Champs salutes black hit tree mumph, pretty funny!
    Is the message they can’t pick matching pair of shoes or what?

    • Jose Pinatas

      Feb 4, 2019 at 5:31 pm

      Who’s they?

      • JP

        Feb 4, 2019 at 8:21 pm

        That question is rhetorical. You already know who he was referring to.

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The 6 best #GolfWRX photos on Instagram today (9.16.19)

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In this segment, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best #GolfWRX tagged photos on Instagram. In case you aren’t already, there’s a whole load of action going on at our page, so follow us: @golfwrx

Let’s get to it then, here are six of the best #GolfWRX photos from the past 24 hours.

Five different metals in this flat-stick from National Custom Works.

Special soft carbon Queen B 10 release dropping next week in the Hive from Bettinardi.

Sweet looking cover from American Flatsticks dropping tomorrow.

Copper plated Studio Design 2 blade from Embrace Putters.

Plumbers neck BL/66 with some great stamping from MannKrafted

Kawana Hotel Golf Course in Japan courtesy of Yutaka Kawanami.

Get hashtagging your golf posts #GolfWRX for your chance to feature in our best of Instagram posts in the future!

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Stephen Curry and Under Armour launch SC30 Range Unlimited Golf Collection featuring the Curry 6 SL spikeless golf shoe

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SC30 Range Unlimited Golf Collection

Stephen Curry and Under Armour have launched the SC30 Range Unlimited Golf Collection—a 14 piece collection featuring an array of tops, bottoms, footwear and outerwear available from today.

The NBA superstar showcased the items earlier this summer at Mission Hills Golf Club in Shenzhen, China, and the collection, available in limited quantities, includes the Curry 6 SL spikeless golf shoe ($160).

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The shoe incorporates the Curry 6 basketball shoe’s full knit upper with a spikeless version of the UA Golf Rotational Resistance outsole which is designed for lockdown and lightweight traction.

The SC30 Range collection of polos ($80-$100) also features Under Armour’s Iso-Chill technology. The technology combines cooling yarn into the fabric in order to keep the material cool even in hot and humid conditions.

The collection is available to purchase today in limited quantities at UA.com and Under Armour Brand Houses across North America, Asia and Europe, as well as at select pro shops in the United States.

 

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How much each player won at the 2019 Military Tribute at The Greenbrier

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The 2019-20 PGA Tour season kicked off last week at the Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, and it saw Joaquin Niemann romp to victory by a margin of six strokes. As well as all of the perks that come from winning on the Tour, the Chilean collected a cool $1,350,000 check for his efforts in West Virginia, while Tom Hoge’s runner-up finish gave him an $817,500 payday.

There was a total prize pot of $7.5 million up for grabs in the season’s curtain-raiser, and here’s a look at what each player who made the cut took home.

1: Joaquin Niemann, -21, $1,350,000

2: Tom Hoge, -15, $817,500

T-3: Brian Harman, -14, $366,093.75

T-3: Harris English, -14, $366,093.75

T-3: Nate Lashley, -14, $366,093.75

T-3: Richy Werenski, -14, $366,093.75

T-7: Sebastián Muñoz, -13, $235,625

T-7: Scottie Scheffler, -13, $235,625

T-7: Robby Shelton, -13, $235,625

T-10: Viktor Hovland, -12, $189,375

T-10: Matt Jones, -12, $189,375

T-10: Mark Hubbard, -12, $189,375

13: Lanto Griffin, -11, $159,375

T-14: Bud Cauley, -10, $129,375

T-14: Austin Cook, -10, $129,375

T-14: Kevin Na, -10, $129,375

T-14: Joseph Bramlett, -10, $129,375

T-14: Adam Long, -10, $129,375

T-19: Harold Varner III, -9, $92,175

T-19: Scott Piercy, -9, $92,175

T-19: Bronson Burgoon, -9, $92,175

T-19: Harry Higgs, -9, $92,175

T-19: Sungjae Im, -9, $92,175

T-24: Nick Taylor, -8, $59,732.14

T-24: Rob Oppenheim, -8, $59,732.14

T-24: Doc Redman, -8, $59,732.14

T-24: Cameron Smith, -8, $59,732.14

T-24: Zack Sucher, -8, $59,732.14

T-24: Scott Harrington, -8, $59,732.14

T-24: Keegan Bradley, -8, $59,732.14

T-31: Denny McCarthy, -7, $44,850

T-31: Doug Ghim, -7, $44,850

T-31: Morgan Hoffmann, -7, $44,850

T-31: Sam Ryder, -7, $44,850

T-31: Scott Brown, -7, $44,850

T-36: Danny Lee, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Peter Uihlein, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Brice Garnett, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Cameron Tringale, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Hank Lebioda, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Brendan Steele, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Joel Dahmen, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: D.J. Trahan, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Andrew Novak, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Grayson Murray, -6, $31,159.09

T-36: Mark Anderson, -6, $31,159.09

T-47: Jonathan Byrd, -5, $19,035

T-47: Martin Laird, -5, $19,035

T-47: Bubba Watson, -5, $19,035

T-47: Sung Kang, -5, $19,035

T-47: Vince Covello, -5, $19,035

T-47: Dominic Bozzelli, -5, $19,035

T-47: Kevin Chappell, -5, $19,035

T-47: Byeong Hun An, -5, $19,035

T-47: Tyler McCumber, -5, $19,035

T-47: Patrick Rodgers, -5, $19,035

T-57: David Hearn, -4, $16,950

T-57: Roberto Castro, -4, $16,950

T-57: J.J. Spaun, -4, $16,950

T-57: Rhein Gibson, -4, $16,950

T-57: Russell Henley, -4, $16,950

T-57: Jason Dufner, -4, $16,950

63: Cameron Percy, -3, $16,425

T-64: Johnson Wagner, -2, $16,200

T-64: Sebastian Cappelen, -2, $16,200

66: Robert Streb: +1, $15,975

67: Beau Hossler +5, $15,825

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