Webb Simpson ( @webbsimpson ) Instagram Profile

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Webb Simpson

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  • Thankful to be in Detroit for the @rocketmortgage and especially thankful for all those on the front lines doing so much for others.” #shotforheroes
  • Thankful to be in Detroit for the @rocketmortgage and especially thankful for all those on the front lines doing so much for others.” #shotforheroes

  •  0  10  3 July, 2020
  • Happy Fathers Day. So much emotion as I give thanks for the gift of getting to be a dad to 5 children and also wish my Dad was still with us to enjoy watching them grow up. 
I’m reminded today what a special father I had, how much I miss him and the impact he had on me as a man and golfer. #FathersDay
  • Happy Fathers Day. So much emotion as I give thanks for the gift of getting to be a dad to 5 children and also wish my Dad was still with us to enjoy watching them grow up.
    I’m reminded today what a special father I had, how much I miss him and the impact he had on me as a man and golfer. #FathersDay

  •  0  166  21 June, 2020
  • I’m excited to head to Colonial CC with @paultesori for the week. I’ve missed competitive golf and am looking forward to teeing it up at a course I love. #golf #work #sports #pga
  • I’m excited to head to Colonial CC with @paultesori for the week. I’ve missed competitive golf and am looking forward to teeing it up at a course I love. #golf #work #sports #pga

  •  0  32  8 June, 2020
  • Eagle Point is always in incredible condition. The team here is amazing. Thankful for opportunity to practice here this week. #Practice #Golf #NC
  • Eagle Point is always in incredible condition. The team here is amazing. Thankful for opportunity to practice here this week. #Practice #Golf #NC

  •  0  59  16 May, 2020
  • “The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry” has been a great read during quarantine and something that will be even more helpful once the pace of life picks back up again - hope everyone is staying safe! #bookstagram #book #Hurry #NotAnAd
  • “The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry” has been a great read during quarantine and something that will be even more helpful once the pace of life picks back up again - hope everyone is staying safe! #bookstagram #book #Hurry #NotAnAd

  •  0  27  7 May, 2020
  • I’m chipping in! Proud to support @Titleist and @FootJoy COVID-19 Charity efforts. 
Check out the link in my profile for all the details of the Sweepstakes, my @PinehurstResort golf package and all the other experiences being offered by my fellow brand ambassadors. Chip In for a great cause!
  • I’m chipping in! Proud to support @Titleist and @FootJoy COVID-19 Charity efforts.
    Check out the link in my profile for all the details of the Sweepstakes, my @PinehurstResort golf package and all the other experiences being offered by my fellow brand ambassadors. Chip In for a great cause!

  •  0  11  28 April, 2020
  • That’s my late grandfather, Fred Webb (and me)...or as we liked to call him, Big Daddy. He loved golf and was a mainstay at my tournaments, until his death in 2009 - he was 91. .
At his funeral, those who spoke of him shared of his wonderful marriage that endured almost 7 decades. That afternoon, in Big Daddy’s front yard, Dowd and I together agreed that it was time to get married. One month later at the John Deere Classic, I proposed. .
Today would have been his 103 birthday. As I think of him, I’m thankful for his legacy of his Christian faith, his devotion to his wife, adoration for his children and pride in his grandkids. #Legacy #Family #Golf #Faith
  • That’s my late grandfather, Fred Webb (and me)...or as we liked to call him, Big Daddy. He loved golf and was a mainstay at my tournaments, until his death in 2009 - he was 91. .
    At his funeral, those who spoke of him shared of his wonderful marriage that endured almost 7 decades. That afternoon, in Big Daddy’s front yard, Dowd and I together agreed that it was time to get married. One month later at the John Deere Classic, I proposed. .
    Today would have been his 103 birthday. As I think of him, I’m thankful for his legacy of his Christian faith, his devotion to his wife, adoration for his children and pride in his grandkids. #Legacy #Family #Golf #Faith

  •  0  27  21 April, 2020
  • Right now, it may feel like golf is a long way off. But like all my fellow @Titleist players, I’m doing whatever it takes to be ready when the chance to play returns. So keep working and #StaySharp. Let’s show everyone what it means to be #TeamTitleist
  • Right now, it may feel like golf is a long way off. But like all my fellow @Titleist players, I’m doing whatever it takes to be ready when the chance to play returns. So keep working and #StaySharp. Let’s show everyone what it means to be #TeamTitleist

  •  0  4  17 April, 2020
  • On Sunday of the 2016 Masters I played with Davis Love III. 
He was my favorite golfer growing up - probably because he went to UNC (I grew up a massive UNC fan - before I went to Wake Forest) and likely because everyone likes Davis Love. He’s one of the most likable guys you will ever meet.

He captained my first Ryder Cup team in 2012 - I’ll never forget the day he brought in MJ to give us a speech. 
He leads with a quiet confidence that garnered respect from the entire team. No one likes losing- losing for Davis only made it harder. 
Going into the 2016 Masters, I had been putting poorly. After Davis and I signed our scorecards on Sunday, we walked out of the scoring area and Davis stopped me to comment that my putting looked great. Those words meant more than he probably knows. I heard them coming from a former captain, I heard them coming from a future captain, I heard them coming from one of my peers and more than anything, I heard them coming from a friend. 
Most days at a tournament you exchange nothing more than pleasantries with the players you see. It’s cordial and quick and usually in passing - in the parking lot or player dining or the workout trailer or the range. 
I’d have a hard time recollecting what I shot that day with Davis - after a while, the rounds start to blend together- but I won’t soon forget his words - or his kindness. #MastersMemories #Golf #GoodFriday #TheMasters
  • On Sunday of the 2016 Masters I played with Davis Love III.
    He was my favorite golfer growing up - probably because he went to UNC (I grew up a massive UNC fan - before I went to Wake Forest) and likely because everyone likes Davis Love. He’s one of the most likable guys you will ever meet.

    He captained my first Ryder Cup team in 2012 - I’ll never forget the day he brought in MJ to give us a speech.
    He leads with a quiet confidence that garnered respect from the entire team. No one likes losing- losing for Davis only made it harder.
    Going into the 2016 Masters, I had been putting poorly. After Davis and I signed our scorecards on Sunday, we walked out of the scoring area and Davis stopped me to comment that my putting looked great. Those words meant more than he probably knows. I heard them coming from a former captain, I heard them coming from a future captain, I heard them coming from one of my peers and more than anything, I heard them coming from a friend.
    Most days at a tournament you exchange nothing more than pleasantries with the players you see. It’s cordial and quick and usually in passing - in the parking lot or player dining or the workout trailer or the range.
    I’d have a hard time recollecting what I shot that day with Davis - after a while, the rounds start to blend together- but I won’t soon forget his words - or his kindness. #MastersMemories #Golf #GoodFriday #TheMasters

  •  0  16  10 April, 2020
  • Wednesday at The Masters is unequivocally my favorite golfing day of the year. In the midst of a pressure-packed Major, there’s respite from the internal noise - two hours of watching my kids run freely, playing the beautiful par 3 course with my great friend, @bubbawatson while Dowd and Angie, who are also great friends, join us for a leisurely stroll around Augusta’s idyllic property. It’s a day unlike any other.

My Dad caddied for me on Wednesday of the Masters, before he passed away. 
Dowd has caddied for me on this special day & in 2016, I invited Teddy Kiegiel to caddy for me. 
He was an assistant pro at ANGC from ’85-’93, before taking the job as Head Pro at Carolina Country Club. That’s where I would meet him as an 8 year old, when I first picked up golf. Teddy was my first coach. He was on my first trip to Augusta I wrote about earlier this week & was instrumental in advocating for juniors like me at CCC to get opportunities to improve & compete. Teddy was always in my ear, reminding me of the dangers of complacency - that over the horizon on the next level, better golfers awaited - that the only antidote was to work harder - simple advice, but it has proven timeless & effective. 
It goes without saying, but I would not be where I am today without Teddy. 
He caddied for me in 2005 when I won the Southern Am, he caddied for me at multiple US Ams, he caddied for me at Bay Hill in 2006 & 2008 when I played at Arnie’s tournament as an amateur & I wanted us to take that caddie/player walk together around the Masters Par 3 course. 
As Teddy & I walked from the 8th green to the 9th tee, I remember thinking what a great day it had been with him - but how I wanted him to have one special memory - something that would stick out. I hit my 53.5 degree wedge left of the hole where it landed up on the ridge, paused……then slowly meandered towards the hole, finally dropping out of sight. 
I’ll never forget the roar of the crowd echoing off swaying pine trees on that shady Augusta National afternoon. I can still hear it now. My first hole in one at ANGC.  #MastersMemories #TheMasters #Golf
  • Wednesday at The Masters is unequivocally my favorite golfing day of the year. In the midst of a pressure-packed Major, there’s respite from the internal noise - two hours of watching my kids run freely, playing the beautiful par 3 course with my great friend, @bubbawatson while Dowd and Angie, who are also great friends, join us for a leisurely stroll around Augusta’s idyllic property. It’s a day unlike any other.

    My Dad caddied for me on Wednesday of the Masters, before he passed away.
    Dowd has caddied for me on this special day & in 2016, I invited Teddy Kiegiel to caddy for me.
    He was an assistant pro at ANGC from ’85-’93, before taking the job as Head Pro at Carolina Country Club. That’s where I would meet him as an 8 year old, when I first picked up golf. Teddy was my first coach. He was on my first trip to Augusta I wrote about earlier this week & was instrumental in advocating for juniors like me at CCC to get opportunities to improve & compete. Teddy was always in my ear, reminding me of the dangers of complacency - that over the horizon on the next level, better golfers awaited - that the only antidote was to work harder - simple advice, but it has proven timeless & effective.
    It goes without saying, but I would not be where I am today without Teddy.
    He caddied for me in 2005 when I won the Southern Am, he caddied for me at multiple US Ams, he caddied for me at Bay Hill in 2006 & 2008 when I played at Arnie’s tournament as an amateur & I wanted us to take that caddie/player walk together around the Masters Par 3 course.
    As Teddy & I walked from the 8th green to the 9th tee, I remember thinking what a great day it had been with him - but how I wanted him to have one special memory - something that would stick out. I hit my 53.5 degree wedge left of the hole where it landed up on the ridge, paused……then slowly meandered towards the hole, finally dropping out of sight.
    I’ll never forget the roar of the crowd echoing off swaying pine trees on that shady Augusta National afternoon. I can still hear it now. My first hole in one at ANGC. #MastersMemories #TheMasters #Golf

  •  0  25  8 April, 2020