Beef desperate for invite to #SK2K17

2016 09 Beef
ANDREW 'BEEF' JOHNSTON

Andrew ‘Beef’ Johnston has achieved a hell of a lot in 2016.


European Tour win: check. Top ten at The Open: check. A HUGE boost in popularity resulting in a major sponsorship deal with an American fast food chain: check.

However, top of his checklist for 2017 seems to be joining Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas and Smylie Kaufman on #SB2K17.

The quartet took social media by storm back in April with their #SB2K16 antics in Bakers Bay, Bahamas, where Rory McIlroy declined an invite and Gary Player proposed he join them next year.

And speaking ahead of the Web.com Tour Finals, where he is hoping to earn his PGA Tour card, Beef revealed that he has enquired about joining them…

And the wheels could be in motion, if this response from Thomas is anything to go by…



Three words guys: Make. It. Happen.


Beef :: Will he earn PGA Tour card?


Do you think the Englishman will earn his PGA Tour card at this week's Web.com Tour final? Leave your thoughts in the 'Comments' section below.

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