Golf Instagram accounts

Golf is very visual so one of the best social media platforms for the game is Instagram. Pictures and videos on the network can showcase players, golf courses, tournaments, accessories and of course, golf shots themselves. In this article, we bring you a round-up of ten golf Instagram accounts, all must-follows for true golf fans.

Golf Classics

Classic golfing tournaments. Legendary shots from the giants… Back to the 1950s with black and white shots through to recent triumphs in cutting-edge digital photography. All the great players and tournaments are on there.

Golf Hard

As one of the most challenging games around, golf lends itself to plenty of wild shots, faux pas on the course and trip-ups in water. This golf Instagram account offers lots of fun videos that will make you laugh plus some footage of truly inspirational play by the world’s best including some of Tiger Wood’s terrific hole-in-ones.

Beautiful Golf Courses

Around the world via one stunning golf course after another. This account offers exceptional pics of the very best golf courses around. Take a look and add them to your golfer’s bucket list. Or just dream on.

Rio Real

We couldn’t have a list of must-follow golf Instagram accounts without including Rio Real. Follow us and keep up with what’s happening on the course and what’s new at your favourite golf course on the Costa del Sol. We also keep you bang up-to-date with our hotel and restaurant – don’t miss the foodie pics!

Justin Thomas

PGA Tour Player of the Year last year, Justin Thomas is another must-follow for fans of golf on Instagram. See how he plays those amazing drives, catch up with his Dad and even get a glimpse of this great golfer after he had his wisdom teeth out!

Sergio Garcia

A must follow for fans of Spain’s best golf player at the moment. Sergio Garcia’s Instagram keeps you up-to-date with his latest wins on and off the course. He started the year taking the victory at the Singapore Open and has just welcomed his daughter Azalea Adele into the world.

Links Gems

Another one for your wish-list. This golf Instagram account showcases pictures of links courses by photographer Jon Cavalier. He also shares a bit about the course on each post. Real golfing inspiration that makes you want to get out there on the fairway right now.

Tiger Woods

One of the biggest golf Instagram accounts (Woods has over 1 million followers), this one gives you an insight into his shots, training and life off the course. You even get to see him fishing a giant amberjack, at least half his size!

Jordan Spieth

Another biggie in terms of followers, one of the players at the top of the game in the world has plenty to say on Instagram. Lots of pics of his team, sponsors and some fun moments. You can get some inspiration from the videos of his master strokes.

St Andrew’s Links

Appropriately called The Home of Golf, this golf Instagram account includes lots of photos of the course and the fantastic sunsets in this part of Scotland. Plus the quirks of the course where golf was invented such as road in the way of the 17th.

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