Phil Mickelson has graced us with many memorable (and straight-up hilarious) Twitter moments in 2019, so let's take a look back at his best tweets of the year.
Have you been missing shots left? Rory McIlroy might have the answer, and the swing tip you've been missing.
Joachim Hansen got lucky Saturday in South Africa after a shank resulted in a sand save and easy par on his final hole.
Cameron Tringale and Chase Seiffert both made aces in back-to-back groups on the fourth hole at El Camaleon Golf Club.
Max Homa proved he's a better child than all of us in his #FeelGoodFriday tweet of the week.
Muni He of Chengdu, China made five birdies en route to a 2-under 69 on Saturday in the final round on Pinehurst No. 6 at the marathon LPGA Q-Series.
Yaelimi Noh took control of the LPGA Q-Series field on Friday, following her back-to-back 69s with a third-round, bogey-free 66 at Pinehurst Resort.
A few weeks ago, Bryson DeChambeau outlined his goals to look 'bigger' and 'stronger,' and if his Instagram posts are any indication, he's off to a good start. But not without some light jabs from fellow players.
After Tiger Woods signed for his first-round 64 at the Zozo Championship, things went wrong when a PGA Tour official hit him in the head with a microphone prior to his news conference.
Justin Timberlake can do it all. Including striping a hickory wood down No. 18 at the Old Course at St. Andrews.