Some golfers very rarely use their Twitter accounts and a lot of them clearly leave it to someone else to handle for them, only tweeting to thank their sponsors or the fans after a tournament. Although there are a lot of golfers who enjoy using social media and some happen to be very funny to follow.
Prime examples are Phil Mickelson, who blesses his timeline with video content, such as 'Phireside with Phil' and 'Tribute Tuesday', where we get to hear some fantastic stories about his career so far.
Eddie Pepperell is often hailed as the 'King of Twitter' for his hilarious tweets and responses to other golfers, including the time he called Bryson DeChambeau a 'single minded twit' following his slow play antics.
Well this time it was the turn of Max Homa, another golfer who is known for his sharp wit on Twitter. Homa was recently playing in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open last week where he didn't get off to the best of starts and quickly found himself five over after just four holes. One viewer, who had Homa in his fantasy team, took to Twitter to vent his frustrations.
"+5 thru 4 @maxhoma23??? I think I could do that. Only guy killing my FanDuel," read the tweet. Well I'm sure he didn't even expect Homa to reply, who was probably pretty disappointed after shooting an opening round of 76, but the 28-year-old who got his first PGA Tour victory earlier this year did respond and in fantastic fashion.
Dang didn’t see u playing today. Will u also be playing in the Masters in April? Or is that just me? https://t.co/szHGVEMfLB— max homa (@maxhoma23) October 4, 2019
A few other golfers saw the burn from Homa and responded, including J.T Poston...
Has anyone checked on ol Robert here? He may be dead— J.T. Poston (@JT_ThePostman) October 4, 2019