Social Eyes :: Mar 9 :: Spieth's public wager, Sergio fumes

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Welcome to this week’s Social Eyes. In a week where the US presidential battle reached fever pitch, there was another all-American battle at Doral with near severe consequences.


Step forward Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas, who joked about this wager prior to playing alongside each other for the third round.




Luke Donald joined in the fun – but was quickly shot down.




Spieth won, shooting 72 to Thomas’ 78, and imagined the possible outcome. Great photoshop job, Jordan!




Brandel Chamblee rubbed Rory up the wrong way the other week. This time, it was Sergio, criticising the Spaniard’s temperament. Not one to back down, Garcia hit back.







The Players’ Lounge at this week’s True Thailand Classic has Nicolas Colsaerts’ approval – but have you seen the big-hitting Belgian’s tan lines on his feet?

Players Lounge... Thai style @europeantour #thailandclassic

A photo posted by Nico Colsaerts (@nicolascolsaerts) on




Like Colsaerts, fellow 2012 Ryder Cup player Lawrie has been baring his legs this week as he cruises round the Caribbean. But it’s no wonder the 1999 Open champ got grief for these shorts!







Team-mate at Medinah Ian Poulter felt all nostalgic on Sunday – and made us feel the same – posting this picture of all his old phones. Imagine where we’d be without the iPhone?

Have you called your mum today... Happy Mother's Day for the UK mums. Grab a phone and call.

A photo posted by Ian Poulter (@ianjamespoulter) on




And finally…



We’ll finish with something simply stunning. On Sunday night, the Northern Lights were visible at the Home of Golf, with St Andrews Links capturing this amazing image.




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