Shane Lowry has provided some comedic moments in his career so far, and there was another gem from him on twitter last night.
The Offaly man had a difficult debut at the famed Augusta course, missing the cut by a shot. Most of the damage was done at the infamous Amen Corner where Lowry recorded two double bogeys on the 11th and 13th on Thursday. His second round 72 wasn't enough to get him to the weekend, but it provides some promise for Lowry going forward.
Missing the cut meant that Lowry joined the rest of us on our respective couches to watch the action unfold last night.
Lowry was clearly impressed with the mental display shown by 21 year old winner Jordan Spieth, who avoided the famed Masters Sunday collapse.
If Jordan Speiths balls were any bigger he wouldn't be able to get his trousers on in the morning.
— Shane Lowry (@ShaneLowryGolf) April 12, 2015
Although we did have photographic evidence that Lowry's claim could be true:
— Graham Kidd (@gkiddd) April 12, 2015
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