twitter is different. everybody knows how to work with facebook, but tweeting is quite another thing. there were some golfing early adopters like bubba watson (@bubbawatson) or rickie fowler (@rickiefowlerpga) who posted tons of stuff everyday. but the majority of the pro field hasn’t seen any advantage in this.
well, it’s a marketing functionality now, i guess. and we don’t know if that’s the reason but there are some other guys into this medium, that seem to like the possibilities very much: rory mcilroy (@mcilroyrory) or grame mcdowell (@graeme_mcdowell) are discussing online, robert karlsson (@robertkarlsson) and ian poulter (@ianjamespoulter) are quite heavy tweeters, but they are nothing against the tweet bonfire that lee westwood (@westwoodlee) and tiger woods (@tigerwoods) have started recently.
either tour pros have quite little stress or these guys have no motivation to practise in any case! you could publish a book with nothing else than this week’s tweets of these both. amazing and fun to read! don’t miss that…
…and follow the trend! you could start here: @golficiency