Jim Herman has made no secret of the hunt for a share of the PGA Tour’s lucrative $ 40 million Player Impact Program Bonus due to be paid out later this year.
The three-time tour winner also knows the key to great social media interactions, especially in the golf world: take a shot at a Patrick Reed.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, who played golf for the Bearcats before turning pro in 2000, he tweeted a picture of Reed and his wife Justine in Notre Game gear prior to the # 7 Cincinnati marquee match on Saturday afternoon the street at number 9 were Notre Dame. The caption?
“Bearcats by a million.”
Bearcats of a million pic.twitter.com/gNfFVeeB32
– Jim Herman (@gohermie) October 2, 2021
Remember, the PGA Tour doesn’t plan to announce the program winners, but we all know who the real champion is.
Herman’s jab wasn’t the only college football-golf crossover on Saturday, either. Earlier this morning, members of the victorious U.S. Ryder Cup team helped announce ESPN College GameDay’s guest picker for Arkansas vs. Georgia, former Bulldog Harris English, who won 2-1 at Whistling Straits last week.
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