The golf world uses Twitter to share news and offer a glimpse into players’ lives and thoughts. In a new daily, GolfTalkCentral feature, we will offer up 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.
We start with a plea almost every one has made.
@krisblanks Dear golf gods, what ever it is I've done 2 you I want 2 apologize. Your point has been made and hope we can move forward and work together.
As someone who sees roughly one movie per year, James Nitties’ review of “The Hunger Games” helped.
@nitties23 Hunger games... Gladiator for 11 year olds... I look forward to the next 27 of them... Not...6/10 #sagacity
Lexi Thompson is 17, but she knows Carlton ... kind of.
That’s Alfonso Ribeiro, as Christina Kim pointed out.
Brittany Lincicome may have bitten off more sleep than she can chew.
@Brittany1golf Bed time :-). 6:30am tee time tomorrow. No clue why I'm playing that early. I must be sick. Haha. 100 percent will need a nap tomorrow :-)
Based in Florida, at least it’s 9:30 at home.
As the debate rages about Ernie and the Masters, Cliff Kresge wants Augusta National to let the Big Easy play.
@cliffkresge The Masters will not be the same without the Big Easy! Ernie deserves an invite if a guy named Ryo got one... How many Majors has he won??
And, finally, Tweets of the Day loves a horrible pun. It comes courtesy of LET player Carly Booth.
@CarlyBooth92 We found Dove in a soapless place.
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