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Kevin Kisner advertises assistant pro job vacancy like only he can

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It’s always nice to see the top professionals help out the grassroots and OWGR ranked 41, Kevin Kisner, came to the aid of his home club last Monday, when tweeting out their latest job vacancy.

With Palmetto Golf Club seeking an assistant pro, Kisner took to Twitter to advertise the search for someone “That is cool, work hard, can take my shit talking.”

Five years ago, Kiz was banned from the club for racing golf carts but he seems to be back in favor and happy to help out his regular practise ground, although clearly the successful applicant will need to put up with some odd behavior from time to time.

Just hours before the appeal, Kisner gave Justin Thomas a few words of wrath via the same platform.

“I hate @JustinThomas34” came just as his beloved Georgia Bulldogs lost their first game of the season to JT’s Alabama Crimson Tide.

Perhaps Alabama alumni need not apply.

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Niners star Deebo Samuel wears Tiger Masters winning shirt during playoff win

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On Sunday, the San Fransisco 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 23-17 to advance to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Niners star Deebo Samuel contributed to the win with 110 all-purpose yards and a rushing touchdown. However, the secret to his success may have come from the shirt he was wearing underneath his uniform.

Samuel was spotted wearing a “TW” Tiger Woods brand red shirt during the game. Woods famously has worn his “Sunday red” in all of his record tying 82 career victories, and it looks to be the mock neck shirt Tiger wore when winning his 15th major.

Perhaps Samuel thought the Sunday red could get the 49ers the victory as well.

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‘Dude..what are you doing? Just stop!’ – Grayson Murray, Kevin Na Twitter spat escalates quickly

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Over the weekend, the golf world was treated to a good, old-fashioned twitter beef.

PGA Tour players Kevin Na and Grayson Murray exchanged jabs on the social media platform with the golf world tuning in.

Na was the first-round leader after Thursday at the Sony Open and shot an impressive nine-under 61. His performance was noted by reporter Chantel McCabe on Twitter: “Kevin Na walking in putts does not get old.” That’s when it got interesting.

Grayson Murray replied by calling out Na’s slow pace of play:

Na’s response dealt a devastating blow to Murray, as he stated, “u missing the cut is getting old!”. Murray has missed his past seven cuts on Tour.

Ben An and Colt Knost also got in on the action, with An tweeting “Somebody please call an ambulance for Grayson here”, while Knost hit out at Murray, saying “Dude…..what are you doing???? Just stop”

A twitter beef is always a juicy way to start the 2022 PGA Tour season.

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Kevin Chappell cleverly uses rules to his advantage at Sony Open

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Golf rules can be incredibly tedious.

However, an intense knowledge of the rules, sub-rules and decisions can often pay dividends, especially if a player doesn’t entirely agree with an on-course official.

Kevin Chappell, currently on a medical exemption and with potentially only a handful of events away from retirement, showed at the Sony Open that there is nothing like an experienced head to get the best out of a round.

After opening with a 63, the 35-year-old wasn’t able to keep pace with the low scoring that occurred for the next three days but showed during the third round that he will never leave a shot out there because of the rule book.

On the 9th hole, the two-time winner had already taken relief from a cart path after an errant tee shot and asked for a similar ruling as he approached the destination of his approach – an almost bare patch in chipping distance from the hole.

After the rules official, Ken Tackett, had refused the initial plea for ground-under-repair, Chappell then asked, ”What about the cart tracks?” and received the same shake of the head.

In went Chappell again. He took another stance and asked, ”That’s not casual water?” Tackett viewed the stance from behind and for the third time refused relief.

”Can you look on the side here?” requested the player, and the official moved just in front of the player, this time allowing not only relief from casual water but also allowing Chappell to lift and clean his ball.

Of course, he then chipped to under seven feet and holed the birdie putt.

If at first you don’t succeed, know your rules and keep going.

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