PGA Tour Extends Content Partnership With Twitter

Bryson DeChambeau WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind
Bryson DeChambeau shows his phone to Joe Skovron and Tim Tucker on the first hole tee during the second round of the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind on July 31, 2020 in Memphis, TN. Photo by Keyur Khamar/PGA TOUR via Getty Images

The PGA Tour renewed its contract with the far-left social media company Twitter.

As part of the agreement, the tour will continue to publish (tease) real-time highlights, which, unlike most social content, can only be viewed if the user visits the platform known for censoring conservative speech.

Additionally, the PGA Tour will make branded and player-specific highlights and weekly ‘Twitter Moments’ to recap tournament play. These will be available for sponsorship with Twitter Amplify.

Moreover, the tour plans to create ‘Spaces’ throughout the season in 2022 with exclusive coverage featuring current players and industry experts that will discuss all the action on the PGA Tour and the race for the FedExCup.

“The PGA Tour and Twitter have been committed to creating innovative ways for fans to interact with our sport,” said Chris Wandell, the Tour’s Vice President of Media Business Development.

“Spaces is a great platform for the Tour to deliver exclusive content to its fans in what promises to be an exciting year in golf.”

Tour Spaces will debut at The Honda Classic at PGA National Resort & Spa, February 21-27.

“We’re so happy to see our partnership with PGA Tour expanding to bring even more of golf’s best moments and hottest topics to the Twitter timeline,” said TJ Adeshola, Head of US Sports Partnerships at the far-left platform.

“The golf community on Twitter has seen tremendous growth over the course of our partnership and this year, weekly Spaces will bring them closer than ever to the tournaments and experts.”

Twitter is a social media company based in San Francisco which caters to far-left cultural Marxists while regularly censoring influential right-leaning voices. It stunned the world last year when it even suspended the account of President Trump.



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