Hideki Matsuyama leads the coverage of Making The Turn this week, after his outrageous 3-wood led to his eighth PGA Tour victory.
If you aren't aware, Making The Turn is a chance for you to catch up on the week's golf coverage.
It has been another interesting seven days and now things are slowly starting to ramp back up again the golf world.
Oh, and the revamped DP World Tour arrives back onto our screens this week with the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Plenty of golf. Perhaps too much golf? No, definitely not.
Let's dive in to what you may have missed.
Kevin Na's bizarre back-and-forth with Grayson Murray was hilarious
u missing the cut is getting old!— Kevin Na (@kevinna915) January 15, 2022
Kevin Na famously walks in his putts. But it all went a bit wrong at the Tournament of Champions.
Na also decided to get into an exchange with Grayson Murray over pace of play.
Perhaps a new rivalry has emerged.
One thing is for sure, this beef feels more authentic than Brooks Koepka's exchanges with Bryson DeChambeau late last year.
Wishing a speedy recovery to Nicolas Colsaerts
Nicolas Colsaerts told the world he is currently in hospital with a rare kidney disease.
The 39-year-old memorably was part of Europe's 2012 Ryder Cup team at Medinah.
Best wishes, Nicolas.
(Hitting) Drive (s) to survive
Netflix and the game's governing bodies have announced a behind-the-scenes special.
Fans will get a glimpse of real (we think?) tour life as they make their way through the season at every major and the Players.
The season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake will also feature as part of the coverage.
Unfortunately, Tiger Woods won't be taking part. Neither is Bryson DeChambeau.
Game, set and match Callaway Golf?
Callaway Golf made a not-so-subtle dig towards TaylorMade.
Martin Kaymer welcomes the birth of his first child
Congratulations to German Martin Kaymer, the former world number one, who welcomed the birth of his baby boy Sam.
We're either on 59-watch or 82-watch
Joel Dahmen insisted that his caddie grab him a nice greasy snack before pegging it up at the Sony Open.
New equipment drops
FootJoy launched their new shoes ready for the summer: FUEL.
Kyle Berkshire makes a run at turning professional
The world long drive champion played in his first professional tournament in more than six years.
We look forward to seeing how he gets on.
Rory Sabbatini's tattoo perplexes us all
Sabbatini turned up at the Sony Open with a new tattoo on his right arm.
The only problem was that it had a spelling mistake.
Tributes to Tim Rosaforte
Players and caddies were wearing green ribbons on the PGA Tour. This is why https://t.co/zoLuZI43hf— GolfMagic.com (@GolfMagic) January 9, 2022
The golf world was in mourning after the death of respected golf journalist Tim Rosaforte.
Hundreds upon hudreds of tributes have been paid by the game's biggest stars.
As a mark of respect, players wore green ribbons on their hats to say goodbye.
A familiar face emerges in Hawaii
Haotong Li has been struggling for a long time. But it was good to see him return to some form at the Sony Open.
Unfortunately, he couldn't consolidate on his good start and make a true run for the win on Sunday.
A frustrating 73 on Saturday saw him tumble out of contention.
Hideki Matsuyama shows his major qualities
What a win. What a comeback. What an exhilirating finish.
Russell Henley has just got to sit back and applaud. He didn't lose this. Hideki won it.