Although Instagram meme pages have become mega-popular from filling social media users’ feeds with weird images, few have been able to capitalize on that online fame outside of the platform’s digital confines. Not so for the PGA memes of the entrepreneur Travis Miller, whose on-point golf memes have made the site beyond Instagram and into a full-blown media brand full of merchandise and lively events. Now Miller and PGA Memes go one step further with the launch of their first original Home Course series, offering a glimpse into the luxury homes of today’s best and brightest professional golfers.
In the first episode of the series, Home Course accompanies 12-time PGA Tour winner and former world number one golfer Jason Day to his home in Columbus, Ohio. Between Days’ mini golf course at the back of his house and its infinity pool overlooking the lake, Home Course offers unparalleled glimpses of how the world’s best athletes spend their free time.
In another brief episode, PGA Memes’ Home Course follows multiple PGA Tour winner Pat Perez through his huge mansion in Scottsdale, Arizona. Home Course showcases Perez’s enviable collection of luxury vehicles, a closet full of the hottest sneakers, and breathtaking aerial views of amenities like Perez’s personal tennis court, what the booty of a storied golf career can bring you.
The newest addition to PGA Meme’s media empire, which premieres Wednesday December 1st, arrives in time for the holidays and is ideal for golf enthusiasts of all generations to catch up on an intimate glimpse into the lives of their favorite PGA Tour stars on the Join Home Course.
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