PGA Tour veteran has some fun filling out fan survey mistakenly sent to him following tournament
You will not see Greg Chalmers featured on Netflix's new golf docuseries, "Full Swing," and that's a shame. The 49-year-old has sneakily become one of the best follows on Golf Twitter while keeping his golf game pretty sharp as he approaches the senior tour.
Playing out of the past champions category on the PGA Tour for his win at the 2016 Barracuda Championship, Chalmers has made the cut in both his starts this season. That includes a T-70 earlier this month at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Following that performance, the tournament mistakenly sent him a fan survey—and the Aussie decided to have a bit of fun.
Here's what Chalmers suggested for the event when asked to share his experience:
Nice try, Greg. But we're guessing the tournament won't be making any suggestions.
In the meantime, we suggest you follow the two-time Australian Open champ on Twitter for gems like this:
If Netflix makes a second season—and they're looking for an episode about a golfer transitioning to the senior circuit—we've found just the guy to feature.
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