Of system, as golf followers may envision, gamers frequently have managers share their posts on Instagram or Twitter for them. And the exact company will deal with a handful of other players’ accounts. That can lead to some confusion, like we noticed on Sunday immediately after the 2021 PGA Championship.
Subsequent yet a different runner-up key finish for Louis Oosthuizen, the South African shared his ideas on Twitter. Only problem? It showcased a image of fellow Presidents Cup player Joaquin Niemann, not him.
This follows a several months in the past when Sam Burns received the Valspar Championship, however Bryson DeChambeau’s account was the one that shared Burns’ celebratory tweet. Of course, the social-media manager realized within seconds they had posted it to the wrong player’s account, but the world wide web continues to be undefeated in sleuthing.
We all make mistakes—heck, we make typos also!—so it”s all in excellent fun to have a laugh at these mistakes. With any luck , the social-media managers can, too.
(Kudos to Ryan Baroff (@RBaroff427) on Twitter for noticing Oosthuizen’s tweet and our Rick Gehman (@RickRunGood) for the Burns tweet.)