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Tweets of the Week: Tiger’s strange eating habits, Bubba’s new paint job, and Mickelson’s giant calves

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Dustin Johnson strolled to victory at the WGC-Mexico, while Martin Trainer won his maiden title on the PGA Tour at the Puerto Rico Open. Here are some things you may have missed this week, however, and some of the quirkier moments from the world of golf dished out in the Twittersphere over the past seven days.

Mickelson’s Hulk Legs

Lefty’s enormous calves whipped up a storm on Twitter throughout the week…

…while this old video of Mickelson learning Spanish made a timely return for the week that was in it. He hasn’t changed at all, has he?

Shankaliscious

McIlroy’s week got off to an inauspicious start on the range…

…while Rickie Fowler decided to show off his hosel rocket skills in live tournament play.

Bubba’s New Paint Job

Homina. Homina. Homina.

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Patrick Cantlay came this close to making a hole in one on a par four in Mexico…while Kevin Kisner was on the green putting for par…

Tiger’s Eating Habits

Sorry, but what?

Poulter Keeps His Word

The Englishman finally saw his vision come to fruition this week at the WGC-Mexico.

Tiger’s Fire Intro

Can we get this announcer for every event, please?

 

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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. Wiley Wilcox

    Feb 25, 2019 at 12:23 pm

    The video of Rory was from last year, but cool story bro.

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Tweets of the Week: Stenson snaps, Rose’s shank of the year, and G-Mac loses his temper

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Shane Lowry produced the performance of his life to win the 2019 Open Championship at Royal Portrush, but in a great week of golf, here are some of the things you may have missed, and some of the quirkier moments from the world of golf dished out in the Twittersphere over the past seven days.

Impressions From The Open

Conor Moore on point as always!

Rose’s Shank Of The Year

The Englishman keeping the cameraman on his toes.

Matt Wallace And His Hero

Stenson Snaps

Beautiful technique from the big Swede.

G-Mac’s Frustration

When you find your ball 12 seconds too late…

Zach Appears On Phireside With Phil

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Brooks Koepka expresses his frustration over J.B. Holmes’ slow play at The Open

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Brooks Koepka began 2019 by calling out golf’s authorities for their lack of action over the slow play issue surrounding the game, and on Sunday at the Open Championship, the 29-year-old appeared visibly agitated over the speed of playing partner J.B. Holmes.

The two men teed off at 1.37 PM local time in the final round, and from their opening tee shots of the day, which Holmes would take significantly longer to play than his compatriot, it appeared the two could be in for an uncomfortable day with each other.

For the most part during Sunday’s final round, on the course, Koepka was to keep whatever frustrations which were bubbling under the surface to himself.

However, coming off the 12th green, the four-time major champ was seen staring at a rules official while motioning to his imaginary wristwatch, and on another occasion, the American looked less than impressed as his playing partner went through his deliberate putting routine.

Following their round, the 29-year-old was quick to point out that Holmes is far from being the only slow player on Tour, but explained what his biggest gripe was with the Kentuckian on Sunday at Royal Portrush – his inability to prepare when it wasn’t his turn.

“There are a lot of slow guys out here, that’s not the first time I’ve done it, especially when you’ve got a walking official with you. I’m ready to go most of the time.

That’s what I don’t understand when it’s your turn to hit, your glove is not on, then you start thinking about it, that’s where the problem lies. It’s not that he takes that long. He doesn’t do anything until his turn. That’s the frustrating part. But he’s not the only one that does it out here.”

Holmes’ nightmare performance didn’t help his pace of play as he struggled mightily in the harsh conditions during Sunday’s final round. The 37-year-old shot an 87 – 16 over par to move from third place at the start of the day to fourth last on six over.

Koepka had some sympathy for Holmes’ struggles in the wind and rain in Northern Ireland, but despite this, the Florida native made it clear that he still found the pace at times too slow.

“He had a rough day, but JB is a slow player. We were on pace for 13 holes, but if I’m in the group we’re going to be on pace no matter what. But there were some times where I thought it was slow.”

Koepka’s final round of 74 secured a T4 finish for the four-time major champ to complete an exceptional year at the major tournaments which included a win at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black in May.

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How much each player won at the 2019 Open Championship

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Irishman Shane Lowry produced a fairytale victory at Royal Portrush, winning by six strokes and claiming the title of 2019 Champion Golfer of the Year. There was no stopping the man from Co. Offaly as he surged to victory on Sunday afternoon in the north of Ireland, and Lowry took home just shy of $2 million in prize money in the process.

This year’s Open Championship prize purse was raised to a total of $10.75 million, with this year’s champion pocketing almost $500,000 more than last year’s winner, Francesco Molinari.

Here we take a look at how much each player who played all 72 holes earned at the 2019 Open Championship.

1: Shane Lowry, 269/-15, $1,935,000

2: Tommy Fleetwood, 275/-9, $1,120,000

3: Tony Finau, 277/-7, $718,000

T4: Brooks Koepka, 278/-6, $503,500

T-4: Lee Westwood, 278/-6, $503,500

T-6: Rickie Fowler, 279/-5, $313,000

T-6: Tyrrell Hatton, 279/-5, $313,000

T-6: Robert MacIntyre, 279/-5, $313,000

T-6: Danny Willett, 279/-5, $313,000

10: Patrick Reed, 280/-4, $223,000

T-11: Tom Lewis, 281/-3, $171,700

T-11: Francesco Molinari, 281/-3, $171,700

T-11: Alex Noren, 281/-3, $171,700

T-11: Jon Rahm, 281/-3, $171,700

T-11: Justin Thomas, 281/-3, $171,700

T-16: Lucas Bjerregaard, 282/-2, $126,313

T-16: Ryan Fox, 282/-2, $126,313

T-16: Sanghyun Park, 282/-2, $126,313

T-16: Rory Sabbatini, 282/-2, $126,313

T-20: Stewart Cink, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Matthew Fitzpatrick, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Lucas Glover, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Louis Oosthuizen, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Doc Redman, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Justin Rose, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Cameron Smith, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Jordan Spieth, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Henrik Stenson, 283/-1, $91,350

T-20: Erik van Rooyen, 283/-1, $91,350

T-30: Kevin Kisner, 284/E, $69,875

T-30: Webb Simpson, 284/E, $69,875

T-32: Byeong Hun An, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Kiradech Aphibarnrat, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Ernie Els, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Dylan Frittelli, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Jason Kokrak, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Joost Luiten, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Andrew Putnam, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Bernd Wiesberger, 285/1, $56,278

T-32: Andrew Wilson, 285/1, $56,278

T-41: Patrick Cantlay, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Justin Harding, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Benjamin Hebert, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Innchoon Hwang, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Russell Knox, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Matt Kuchar, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Xander Schauffele, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Callum Shinkwin, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Kyle Stanley, 286/2, $36,925

T-41: Aaron Wise, 286/2, $36,925

T-51: Branden Grace, 287/3, $28,317

T-51: Charley Hoffman, 287/3, $28,317

T-51: Dustin Johnson, 287/3, $28,317

T-51: Shubhankar Sharma, 287/3, $28,317

T-51: Matt Wallace, 287/3, $28,317

T-51: Bubba Watson, 287/3, $28,317

T-57: Paul Casey, 288/4, $26,467

T-57: Adam Hadwin, 288/4, $26,467

T-57: Graeme McDowell, 288/4, $26,467

T-57: Thorbjørn Olesen, 288/4, $26,467

T-57: Kevin Streelman, 288/4, $26,467

T-57: Ashton Turner, 288/4, $26,467

T-63: Jim Furyk, 289/5, $25,800

T-63: Mikko Korhonen, 289/5, $25,800

T-63: Romain Langasque, 289/5, $25,800

T-63: Paul Waring, 289/5, $25,800

T-67: Yosuke Asaji, 290/6, $25,088

T-67: Sergio Garcia, 290/6, $25,088

T-67: J.B. Holmes, 290/6, $25,088

T-67: Thomas Pieters, 290/6, $25,088

71: Eddie Pepperell, 292/8, $24,625

T-72: Nino Bertasio, 293/9, $24,438

T-72: Yuki Inamori, 293/9, $24,438

 

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