Tweets of the Week: Stormy weather, Clarke goes bonefishing, Cink's Iguanas
Demolition at Doral
The powerful thunderstorms that went through Miami on Thursday morning did a number on the Blue Monster, as the players in the WGC-Cadillac Championship showed their followers on Twitter. Here's what Lee Westwood saw.
Ian Poulter wrote:
Geoff Ogilvy didn't know whether to laugh or cry as the storm hit ...
Darren Clarke didn't qualify for the WGC-Cadillac Championship, which gave him a chance to do a little fly fishing for elusive bonefish.
Meanwhile, Stewart Cink was busy competing in the Puerto Rico Open and hoping nothing decided to nibble his golf ball.
Zach Johnson won the 2007 Masters and is one of the pros featured in the next version of EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour '12, which features Augusta National Golf Club as one of the courses you can play. He showed his followers some images of what he looks like in the game. (Because the picture is so cool, we'll forgive Zach's typo.)
Remembering Frank Chirkinian
Peter Kostis, a long-time golf analyst on CBS and a contributing writer for Golf Magazine, shared several thoughts about Frank Chirkinian, the innovative executive producer and director for CBS's coverage of the Masters for 38 years, who passed away on March 4.