The golf world uses Twitter to share news and offer a glimpse into players’ lives and thoughts. Here are the best tweets from the past 24 hours.
You can nominate your favorites from the day as well by re-tweeting the best 140-character dispatches with the hashtag #GCTOTD.
Let's hear from some pros who successively navigated U.S. Open sectional qualifying on Monday.
Ed Loar is heading to his first major after getting through in Columbus.
@BigEinBigD Took 34 years but finally qualified for my first Major Championship..here we come Olympic Club!!!!!
Charlie Wi was medalist in Columbus at 9 under par.
@CharlieWiPGA Heading home for a little break...and to get ready for Olympic and the 2012 US Open. #pgatour #usopengolf
Kevin Streelman is heading to his third U.S. Open.
The story of the day, though, was Dennis Miller. Robert Garrigus commented on the 1992 Maxfli Tad Moore putter Miller used Monday.
@robertgarrigus Ha I won the Oregon junior Match play with that putter unreal! I still have it ;)
Speaking of putters, let's take a quick diversion to the LPGA Championship pro-am for a putter you have to see.
And, heck, let's retweet the reaction from one of Miller's cousins.
Tim Mickelson didn't get through, but Phil's brother wants to set the record straight on the grind of sectionals.
@goodwalkspoiled I used to say coaching 36 holes was tougher than playing 36 holes. Yeah, I wholeheartedly retract that statement. #sorebody
A word from Peter Jacobsen about Casey Martin, who qualified for the Open at Olympic Club, 14 years after his first trip there in '98.
@JakeTrout Casey Martin, now the head golf coach for the Oregon Ducks, is a true role model. Guts, class, perseverance and faith.
Finally, a warning from Rickie Fowler about what the field will face next week.
@RickieFowlerPGA If the conditions are right Olympic could be the toughest open test in the last few years #upforthechallenge #USOpen