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This one looked like it really, really hurt...
Perhaps it might have rained before this little man went out to play?!
John Terry has recently joined Twitter so we can expect to see plenty of golf content on his social media posts in the near future.
The European Ryder Cup stalwart displayed the differences in Instagram versus reality with wife Helen.
This is a pretty impressive shot to say the least and no doubt one the player would have a hard time recreating.
How many attempts do you think this player had?
The story has made headlines again after a Twitter account linked to Patrick Reed's team made a sensational claim about the PGA Tour..
Dare we say it but Tiger Woods would not have been impressed with this one...
It appears the wedding guests saw the funny side of it and even gave the player a round of applause.
The social media star took to Twitter to tell her 480,000 followers she will not change.
"I thought not today, not Sunday - you are leading the frigging event"
"We still get to play golf, it’s different than it used to be, but damn it’s still good."
"Pretty hard to do that with a hybrid"
European Tour and Ryder Cup legend says the swing is nice and compact while one fan says: "Respectfully, what the f*** is this?!"
Viewers on both side of the pond had to make do with coverage of the PGA Tour Champions as Rory McIlroy and Collin Morikawa battled it out on the front nine in Las Vegas.
From "I don't like Tiger Woods" to "golf is not a real sport," we have seen some serious golf-related red flags on social media.
From cleaning your ball on a flag to wearing rugby boots on the course... here is a round up of shocking golf tales.
Getting a hole-in-one is pretty special... but to do it in front of a legend takes it to another level.
The Sheffield United fan hit back after he made a statement on his social media in the wake of Ryder Cup defeat.
Mind the windows Piers... you won't be getting that ball back!
The big cat has been taking a trip down memory lane - and he has been informing his 6.5 million followers on Twitter.
An emotional Rory admitted he should have done more to help his team mates this week.
The winning captain in 2008 at Valhalla certainly didn't hold back. But what do social media users think?
Former LPGA Tour player Anya Alvarez explained her detailed thoughts on social media.