Max Homa came dangerously close to his own Bryson-rope moment with a tee box sign
PGA Tour funnyman Max Homa is the undisputed King of Golf Twitter, but he came dangerously close on Thursday to being the butt of never-ending jokes in his own social media empire. And to having a pretty nasty headache.
During the second round of the 2023 Farmers Insurance Open, the 6-foot-1 Homa bumped his head on a tee box sign at Torrey Pines. But thanks to a quick reaction—and because Max is an elite athlete as he likes to remind us from time to time—the five-time PGA Tour winner was able to duck out of the way before any real damage was done. Both to his noggin and his ego. See for yourself:
Phew. That was really, really close to another Bryson DeChambeau gallery rope situation right there. It could have been a tough couple weeks for Max!
Instead, he emerged unscathed. In fact, through two rounds at Torrey Pines he's in great shape to pick up a sixth career win. And, of course, had the last word.
The King of Golf Twitter, indeed.
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