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Golden Tee Golf for Apple and Android devices launched in the United States on October 28th. Download it now on Apple and Android!
The Masters and Golden Tee just seem to mesh.
Sure, one’s real golf, played on a golf course we will never be allowed to play—unless you hop the fence and sneak in a drive before being arrested shortly after—while the other is the world’s greatest golf game.
Yet, even with these glaring differences, fans of both took to Twitter to discuss Golden Tee while the Masters was being played.
Whether it was a shot (or a failed drop), Twitter was the place to be during the four-day tournament. Here are some of the highlights, and be sure to follow @GoldenTee for all the fun in 140 characters or less.
The closest I will ever get to golfing at Augusta will be some golden tee in a shady Richmond County bar.— class (@classb54) April 13, 2013
If I were playing Golden Tee against these guys, Id so be winning. #TheMasters— MKFischer (@Mar_E_) April 14, 2013
My Golden Tee experience says Adam Scott should finish his beer then use A2 while holding in the fly by button and also push backspin.— Tim Gilman (@TIMinBALTIMORE) April 14, 2013
On rainy days like this a playoff should be settled over Golden Tee in the club house. #TheMasters— Brandon Ruttley (@ColonelRuttley) April 14, 2013
@lzn1978 Hitting flag sticks?— Duke Romkey (@DukeRomkey) April 12, 2013
And, of course, we got in on the action.
According to the Golden Tee Rule Book, Tiger Woods must drink 7 beers before teeing off today. #toughbreak— Golden Tee (@GoldenTee) April 13, 2013