A Twitter tradition like no other

The social media world was up and tweeting away early on Sunday.
After an abnormally busy Saturday (thanks to the controversy
surrounding Tiger’s drop on 15 on Friday), there was no abnormally
quiet Sunday. And the day started with players sounding off on
final-round hole locations:







Another player channeled his inner Eminem with an observation on
co-leader Brandt Snedeker:



The Solheim Cup captain took time out from celebrating her 50th
birthday in Hawaii to share her Masters Sunday breakfast view:



A top amateur shared her rooting interest for the day:



And she wished the aforementioned Solheim Cup captain a happy



But we didn’t
entirely avoid Dropgate, as last year’s US Open champ chimed
in on the weekend’s hottest topic:



But star of the day emerged once play was completed at Augusta.
Almost as quickly as Angel Cabrera was doling out a hug on the 10th
green, pro and top amateur golfers were quick to line up their
congratulatory posts on social media for new Masters champ Adam
Scott, who broke through for his first major championship. Here’s a
sampling from their Twitter accounts:



















Player also congratulated the runner-up:



Translated: Congratulations on playing so well and with such
determination. Very special being next to your child. I salute