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Welcome to this week’s Social Eyes. On the PGA Tour, it was a case of another week, another 59 as Adam Hadwin replicated Justin Thomas’ efforts in Hawaii.
However, the real success story of the day was Steven Bowditch shooting his first sub-70 round for eight months.
Naturally, he compared his and Hadwin’s achievements all in great humour.
Best round in 8 months and only got beaten by 10! Things are looking up 😂😂.. #69watch— Bowdo (@bowdo83) January 21, 2017
Spaniard Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano was also playing in that PGA Tour event – the Career Builder Challenge.
He had to take drastic measures for this shot.
Just happy that my leopard thong was being laundered this morning. White boxers was the only clean option available. https://t.co/QbApkJR4z0— Gonzalo Fdez-Castaño (@gfcgolf) January 22, 2017
Looking forward to my first week back @FarmersInsOpen.9 weeks without playing a single hole of golf. Not sure if I'd be a good bet this week— Padraig Harrington (@padraig_h) January 24, 2017
Tommy Fleetwood celebrated his 26th birthday last Thursday before
capping off an excellent week in Abu Dhabi by securing his second
European Tour win on Sunday.
And, on Thursday, his caddie Ian Finnis gave him this card!
The birthday card I received today from my caddie @Finnis1878 !! Some might call it positive vibes ...... pic.twitter.com/t104IyqolB— Tommy Fleetwood (@TommyFleetwood1) January 19, 2017
Over the past few months, Matt Fitzpatrick’s relationship has been a
great source of light-hearted fun for his peers – notably Chris Wood and
So when his girlfriend tweeted this and Fitzpatrick retweeted it, it
was only a matter of time before the replies came flooding in.
Wood kicked things off.
The European Tour fake reporter went viral last week with Lee
Westwood getting slightly annoyed after being called ‘Liam’ and ‘Leo’.
And it appears on of his alternative names has already caught on in Starbucks, too.
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