Golf enthusiasts tune into golfers’ content for tips, advice, memes, jokes and more information about the sport. Golf influencers share the latest on the game, including tips, the latest gear, and what it’s like to compete.
Professional golfers, college golfers and trick-shot makers claim the majority of social media real estate on Instagram and TikTok. The NCAA’s Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) ruling also allows these golfers to partner with brands. Check out some of the top golf influencers creating content on social media today.
Golf influencers with winning content
Stanford golfer Rachel Heck won the 2021 women’s individual NCAA golf title and parlayed the notoriety from the championship into Nike’s first NIL deal with a collegiate golfer. Her Instagram content includes a photo opp with NBA star Stephen Curry, photos with her Stanford teammates and action shots of herself on the course. Rachel has almost 20K followers and will continue to be a major attention-grabber as she enters her junior year.
Rose is Rachel Heck’s teammate at Stanford, and another of the best collegiate golfers in the nation. She is the first college player to sign with Adidas. Rose has also signed a deal with Callaway. She won the 2022 ANNIKA Award, which is presented to the top women’s college golfer each year.
Tania is a professional golfer from New Zealand who is striving to earn a spot on the LPGA Tour. For now, she’s better known for her trick shots, which are part of the reason she has 316K Instagram followers and another 37K watching on Facebook. Videos like this, which shows Tare’s impeccable aim for a golf shot and her quick reflexes, are what makes her worth a follow.
Aaron Stewart and Scott Lattimore
Aaron and Scott are a pair of Scottish golfers who bring excitement and energy to their golf content. They create their own takes on trending topics, make engaging videos around their course antics and take on challenges.
Alex’s Instagram videos, complete with tips, tricks and motivation for golfers looking to master the sport, are all about improvement. He s talks through some important golf lessons, whether they are mental or technical. He also shares golf inside jokes and “Golfalations,” which are funny testaments about the game.
Trick shots, photos of exotic courses and a look at the latest in golf gear are what Arnaud brings to the table. Arnaud is a golf content creator who has partnered with the PGA, Garmin and Titleist. His chips and putting trick shots make for excellent Reels and he has almost 66K followers.
#GolfTok, as it’s known on TikTok, is a great place for finding golf tips, memes and other content. Logan shares some of the best videos as it relates to golf tips, drills and interesting ways to improve and expand your game. Here he is showing off a chipping drill that can help you hit chip shots like U.S. Open champ Matt Fitzpatrick.
JR mastered one sport, winning an NBA championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016, and he’s taking golf seriously in retirement. In fact, he is a collegiate golfer at North Carolina A&T. The 36-year-old has all four years of his eligibility. He skipped college back in 2004 to go No. 18 overall in the NBA draft to the New Orleans Pelicans.
JR signed an NIL deal with Lululemon this year. His Instagram announcement garnered almost 66,000 likes. Smith is easily one of the biggest names in college golf at the moment.
Kaila shares everything about her life as a college golfer in Vancouver, Washington. Her content breaks the mold by including health and wellness tips, dances and her takes on trending sounds. She is a freshman on Hawaii Pacific University’s women’s golf team. Her TikTok following has reached 76K followers.