But it’s another change that Sir Nick Faldo would like to see – the logo.
Ken Brown agreed.
And others seem to want a Seve Ballesteros silhouette, too.
the Seve silhouette is iconic and would be a fitting tribute to the greatest #Golf— Russ Anderson (@RussAnderson70) January 18, 2017
@EuropeanTour please include the famous Seve silhouette he is adored by everybody— DaveyCunningham (@daveycunningham) January 18, 2017
Life is good for Justin Thomas at the minute.
Back-to-back PGA Tour wins. $2.3m earned. So what to do? Firstly, buy a new set of wheels of course.
And he also cheekily chimed in on a Golf Channel Twitter debate after his record 49-under-par over two tournaments in Hawaii.
Over the weekend, this tweet from the PGA Tour caused quite a stir.
It earned a mountain of replies, which were subsequently deleted.
PGA Tour pro Steven Bowditch tried to make a joke of it, while fellow pro John Peterson tagged world No.1 amateur Maverick McNealy.
His response? Just perfect.
Rory McIlroy’s rib stress fracture gave Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee another chance to reference the four-time major winner’s gym work.
Whether McIlroy saw the above tweet or not remains to be seen, but he couldn’t help but jump in and put down Chamblee on a different topic.
Chamblee was arguing with a couple of followers saying that most players these days hit down on the ball off the tee.
Jack Nicklaus did not hit up on his drives. Some of today's longest hitters hit up on their drives, but most/average hit down— Brandel Chamblee (@chambleebrandel) January 17, 2017
Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky starred in ANOTHER wacky home music video.
The song this time? Beyonce – Single Ladies.
It was DJ by name, DJ by nature ahead of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.
The 2016 US Open champion joined Rickie Fowler, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson on the decks with DJ Reggie Yates.