Perhaps Justin Thomas got a lesson from his buddy Rickie Fowler on how to deal with social media trolls. That lesson being, put them in their place. After missing the cut at the Travelers Championship, a week after making U.S. Open history and contending for his first major title, Thomas took to Twitter to explain his poor play and mentioned that the time off should be good for him. That didn't sit well with Twitter user @hockeyfoamer, who, according to his Twitter bio, "friggen loves hockey." Mr. Foamer, as most Twitter trolls do, made a solid argument against Thomas, pointing out that the four-time PGA Tour winner should suck it up because he was playing golf for the second day in a row (despite
Twice wasn’t enough? Really? In the “we’re sad this happened again” news department the Golf Club of Houston is experiencing more issues with local troublemakers. The Shell Houston Open site already had its 16th green vandalized in January 2016. Then, the vandalism struck again on the 14th green last May. Unfortunately, there’s now a third instance. Via its Twitter account, the Golf Club of Houston revealed Saturday that the vandalism has returned. Here’s photo evidence of another terrible act on this set of greens. We get there are worse crimes in the world than this, but this is still really disturbing. The club offered up a $1,000 reward last May for anyone providing information that could
The Travelers Championship took place in Cromwell, Conn., which as you might expect, is squarely in New England Patriots country. And they still haven't forgiven Roger Goodell. Last week, a golf fan came up with the "Say hello to your mother for me" golf shout at the U.S. Open. The weird golf shouts returned for the Travelers Championship, and Goodell was the target for Boo Weekley's swing on the 13th on Sunday. After Weekley took his swing, a fan yelled, "Deport Roger Goodell!" The shout caught the attention of golf fans on Twitter, who generally thought it was great. For Weekley, the shout at least came after his shot - unlike this: That dog needed to work on its timing.