Top Golf Tweets of the Week (Oct. 27-Nov. 2)

1 of 7 Robert Beck/SI (Cink); Kristian Dowling/Getty Image (Miley)
We're noddin' our heads like yeah after this Stewart Cink tweet. Man, that Miley Cyrus gets stuck in your head. StewartCink After spending time with seventh and tenth graders all weekend, all my brain can think is "Moving my hips like yeah." Party in the USA! (11:30 a.m. Nov. 1)
2 of 7 Fred Vuich/SI
No worries, Bubba Watson. We're partial to a belt already in your wardrobe. But you really need to work on the spelling. BubbaWatson Just when shopping at mall!!! Wasted to much money in there. Went in for belt. Came out with more and no belt!! Your welcome (3:27 p.m. Nov. 1)
3 of 7 Robert Beck/SI
TrevorImmelman I'm going to be @TrevorImmelman. I'm going to wear a green jacket & put a splint on my wrist. Will I be recognized? (11:56 a.m. Oct. 31) Later evidence, which Immelman twitpic'ed, would prove he went for a white jacket instead -- as a dead-looking doctor.
4 of 7 Ross D. Franklin/AP
Jamie Lovemark came in second at the Open, but it wasn't enough to avoid Q-School. He tweeted with relief after getting through the first stage this week. JamieLovemark Safely past 1st..lots of good players didn't make it through. This sport is damn hard (5:51 p.m. Oct. 30)
5 of 7 Hunter Martin/Getty Images
SuzannPettersen My 2009 CN Canadian Womens Open trophy just came in the front door with fedex, nice surprise!! that was a great week!!!! (7:46 a.m. Oct. 29) Pettersen won the tournament in early September.
6 of 7 Ian Walton/Getty Images
IanJamesPoulter I used the new ZL cobra driver today, with a new speeder shaft. Good job Cobra its worked great. Folks it worth a try at your local proshop (1:11 a.m. Oct. 29) Poulter wasn't kidding, he went on to win the Singapore Open with that driver last week.
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John Daly is rumored to have lost roughly 100 pounds since undergoing lap-band surgery. He had this to say about a photo one of his followers tweeted. PGA_JohnDaly that's about the same weight I am now--great hair! LOL (8:04 a.m. Nov. 1)