Sure, you and 6.5 million other people are already following Eldrick Woods on Twitter, but there are plenty of other great golfers out there who will keep you entertained off the course.

The following list is comprised of just a few of these accounts in no particular order:

Andrew “Beef” Johnston

Where’s the Beef? Hopefully, on your Twitter follow list. The affable Beef, who burst onto our timelines five years ago after a top-10 finish at The Open Championship, is constantly quote-tweeting other golfers, news stories, and brands and adding his own witty (and often unfiltered) commentary.

Michelle Wie West

LPGA star Michelle Wie is also very relatable. She understands meme culture and injects her professional expertise and personality into her account.


Gary Player

The Black Knight has got to be one of the coolest octogenarians on Twitter and he’s most certainly among the fittest.

He recently celebrated his 85th birthday by encouraging fans to raise money for Golf Fights Cancer, a cause close to his heart. Scroll down a bit on his timeline to see birthday wishes from fellow golfers and celebrities all around the globe.

Or, just feel watch this video of him running on a treadmill and berate yourself once again for hitting the snooze button this morning:

Christina Kim

Christina posts a great behind-the-scenes glimpse at the life of an LPGA player. You’ll see lots of golf swings and workout photos and videos, plus plenty of self-deprecating humor.

She’s outspoken and sometimes brutally honest, but she always engages with her followers in a polite manner and has a well-informed opinion.


Brooks Koepka

In a word, Brooks Koepka is real. From workout photos, celebrating his dog’s birthday, and ribbing Tom Brady during The Match to supporting his charitable efforts, his fans, and his sponsors, Brooks’ account is the perfect blend of personality and community engagement. UPDATE: In fact, he even responded back thanking us when we tweeted this article out! Yeah, solid work. (Proof). 

Max Homa

So far he has just one PGA Tour victory (2019 Wells Fargo Championship), but his Twitter account is a winner. Self-deprecating and funny, Homa clearly enjoys this platform and you’ll enjoy following him…. Even if he roasts your golf swing.


Phil Mickelson

Phil was late to the Twitter party, joining just over two years ago, but he’s more than made up for lost time. Lefty turned 50 this year and his account kind of gives off the dorky-dad vibe in the most wonderful way possible.


PS-Shoutout to Phil for retweeting this gem and turning me on to golf humorist Sam Harrop, who is also a good follow!

Meghan MacLaren

Ladies European Tour player Meg MacLaren is not shy about pushing for gender equality in the sport and beyond. Her thoughtful commentary is captured in her tweets as well as on her blog, which she links to frequently:

Hal Sutton

1983’s Player of the Year is on Twitter and I’m here for it. With an upbeat and motivational vibe, Hal provides inspiration and tips from how to play a dogleg to trusting your swing.

Tiffany Joh

LPGA pro Tiffany Joh not only golfs, but she also surfs, sings, plays instruments, and overall is hilarious.

Her #Quarantunes, or adaptations of popular songs rewritten as golf songs, are must-watch content:

Caitlin Moyer

Caitlin Moyer has been hacking and hoping since she was 10. Over the course of her career in the sports industry, she's had the chance to play the game with LPGA, MLB and NBA players, as well as NASCAR drivers and celebrities, but her favorite playing partner is her dad (even though he is a stick). Inventor and sole practitioner of the one-flap™ golf swing (patent pending).