Super Bowl XLIX is in the books, and while you were crushing chicken wings and adult beverages while flipping out over the worst play call in the history of sports and Tahmmy Freakin’ Brady winning his fourth ring, your favorite Tour pros were doing the same, and uploading their experience to the social media outlet of their choice. We rounded up the best we could find.
After taking a very expensive ride to the game, noted New England Patriots fan Keegan Bradley experienced the game in what we can assume were some very expensive seats.
He also didn’t waste an opportunity to chide some of his Tour buddies as the confetti fell.
Jason Dufner was certainly pumped up to watch the game, until Luke Donald rained all over his parade. The exchange ended as every exchange should end in this country. #merica.
Super Bowl 49.. Biggest event in sports!! pic.twitter.com/f642JwdhVS— Jason Dufner (@JasonDufner) February 1, 2015
@LukeDonald never heard of it.— Jason Dufner (@JasonDufner) February 1, 2015
The best tweets may have come as the game-clinching interception and subsequent fight happened. Here's a sampling of Tour pros saying exactly what everyone was thinking.
The best running back in football on the 1 yard line and you don't run the ball?!?! #SleeplessInSeattles— Luke Donald (@LukeDonald) February 2, 2015
Way to keep it classy Seahawks. No such thing when Pete Carroll is involved.— William McGirt (@WilliamMcGirt) February 2, 2015
I feel you, Richard pic.twitter.com/oxgxa4KVF6— Ben Crane (@bencranegolf) February 2, 2015
I didn't care who won the game but I must say I enjoyed seeing the look on Sherman's face after that last pick.— Chris Kirk (@Chris_Kirk_) February 2, 2015
I don't think Seattle made any new fans after this super bowl. You can't deny the Pats greatness.— Hunter Mahan (@HunterMahan) February 2, 2015
Others were just there for the entertainment. Freddie Jacobsen and Rihanna together at last. There’s a sentence that we never thought we’d type.
And finally, no social media post would be complete without some thoughts from Steve Elkington, who simply could not get over that Katy Perry performance.
Only 364 more days until next year's Super Bowl. Can't wait.