Paul Azinger Follow @PaulAzinger
The major championship winner and captain of the victorious 2008 U.S. Ryder Cup team is a keen observer and contrarian thinker. He throws in occasional political thoughts to spice things up.
2 of 17Bob Martin/SI
Chubby Chandler Follow @chubby6665
The agent for Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood, Ernie Els, Charl Schwartzel and many others interacts with fans and critics often.
3 of 17Alastair Grant/AP
Luke Donald Follow @Luke_Donald
The current No. 1 player in the world uploads plenty of videos and pictures to his feed, but it's probably his frequent Mizuno giveaways that get his followers most excited.
Lawrence Donegan (Not pictured), golf writer for The Guardian. Follow @lawrencedonegan
4 of 17Fred Vuich/SI
David Feherty Follow @Fehertwit
If you're looking for funny musings and occasional thoughts on golf, the CBS commentator and Golf Channel personality is your guy.
5 of 17Christopher Szagola/Icon SMI
Doug Ferguson Follow @dougferguson405
Ferguson, golf writer for The Associated Press, covers the game year-round for golf junkies everywhere.
6 of 17Matt Sullivan/Reuters
Hank Haney Follow @HankDHaney
Tiger's former swing coach offers lifelines to frustrated hackers and gives lots of insight into Woods and many other players.
Dan Jenkins (not pictured), former Sports Illustrated writer and current writer at large for Golf Digest.Follow @DanJenkinsGD
7 of 17Carlos Osorio/AP
Christina Kim Follow @TheChristinaKim
The LPGA's most prolific tweeter riffs about life, love, technology, music and, occasionally, golf.
8 of 17Angus Murray/Golf Magazine
Peter Kostis Follow @peterjkostis
Known for his intricate knowledge of the golf swing, the CBS announcer uses Twitter to muse about the golf world and his favorite Boston sports teams.
9 of 17Nick Serrata, Zuma Press
Brock Mackenzie and Paige Mackenzie Follow @BrockMackenzie
Very funny, droll siblings, she a promising young LPGA player and he a mini-tour grinder.
10 of 17David Goldman/AP
Graeme McDowell Follow @Graeme_McDowell
The 2010 U.S. Open Champion tweets about travel woes, course conditions and strategy.
11 of 17Nick Wass/AP
Rory McIlroy Follow @McIlroyRory
Golf's boy king isn't prolific, but he posts fun pictures and doesn't censor his charming, goofy, fun-loving personality.
12 of 17Reed Saxon/AP
Jane Park Follow @The_JanePark
The LPGA vet is one of the funniest people on Twitter. Lots of random musings with an emphasis on her love of food. A must-follow.
13 of 17Sergio Torres/AP
Ian Poulter Follow @IanJamesPoulter
With 1.2 million followers, he has helped lead the way for golfers on Twitter. Poulter can be vain, defensive, self-indulgent, and sometimes cranky, but he's rarely boring. He's not shy about posting photos and videos.
Ron Sirak (not pictured), Golf World executive editor.Follow @RonSirak
14 of 17John Raoux/AP
Bubba Watson Follow @BubbaWatson
Not a deep thinker, to say the least, but Watson is very fun and interactive with his fans and fellow players.
15 of 17Sergio Torres/AP
Lee Westwood Follow @WestwoodLee
His bone-dry English wit has been a revelation, but after some abuse from a few obnoxious followers, his tweeting has fallen off pretty dramatically. Hopefully he'll get back to it; it has been the primary way the recent world No. 1 has connected with fans.
16 of 17Seth Perlman/AP
Michelle Wie Follow @TheMichelleWie
Wie's Twitter is a consortium of everything from her thoughts on golf to her most recent drawing or painting to her interactions with other stars on the LPGA Tour.
17 of 17Matt Rourke/AP
Tiger Woods Follow @TigerWoods
The hobbled 14-time major champion usually keeps it all-business on Twitter, but he'll occasionally interact with fans and show a glimpse of his personality.
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