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Welcome back to social distancing with the pros. This is our official, semi-regular look-in at how the game’s best are passing the time amid the coronavirus pandemic.
As long as the PGA Tour, LPGA and other tours have postponed or canceled events, we’ll be stalking them on social media to see what they’re up to while trying to stay healthy and happy.
Check out the last two editions of “Social distancing” …
Now for these new (and some weird) activities some pros have been up to during the Tour's break.
Ian Poulter is playing “keepy uppy” with a household item that is in very high demand right now - toilet paper. (By the way, if you’re reading this, don’t be the guy who hoards the toilet paper.)
A post shared by Ian Poulter (@ianjamespoulter) on Mar 18, 2020 at 7:35am PDT
Justin Thomas took his (very cute) dog, Franklin, for a walk where they spotted a cardboard cut out of a cow.
A post shared by Justin Thomas (@justinthomas34) on Mar 18, 2020 at 5:29pm PDT
Jon Rahm announced he’d be taking back over his social media in order to “create some humorous content” and answer questions from fans.
Not much different in the Max Homa category, as he’s still roasting people’s swings on Twitter. But this is the “worst swing [he’s] seen so far," so, enjoy.
C.T. Pan is hitting golf balls into a net in his garage, his “new office.”
— C.T. Pan (@ctpangolf) March 19, 2020
Padraig Harrington offers his followers an “advanced level chipping drill” on his porch.
— Padraig Harrington (@padraig_h) March 19, 2020
Joost Luiten posted a video of him painting and helping his local golf club while it’s shut down. “If everybody helps each other in these difficult times we will come out of it strong and better,” he wrote.
Helping out the local golfclub the dunes golf doing some maintenance!
All Golfcourses and ranges closed so perfect time to help them out with things like this👨🏼🎨
If everybody helps each other in these difficult times we will come out of it strong and better💪#coronavirus #virus pic.twitter.com/ZOxHgISxKw
— Joost Luiten (@joostluiten) March 19, 2020