Only on Twitter can something as obscure as dumping freezing water on somebody's head become a worldwide trend. So it should come as no surprise that two of the top three most retweeted, favorited and responded to tweets from PGA.com would involve this trend.
But what else did our followers enjoy seeing? There's a great .GIF, a selfie, a couple of funny photos and, oh yeah, some news. So pretty much it's what you would want on your Twitter feed.
So take a look at the full list of our top-10 most engaging posts, and hop over to our Twitter page to see what else has got us talking.
10. Ryder Cup Bromance
Michael Jordan was ready to celebrate a potential Ryder Cup win by his friend Keegan Bradley, and the rest of Team USA.
9. Something likes the rain
The rain at the PGA Championship created headaches and disappointment for a lot of people. But these ducks didn't seem to mind the wet conditions.
8. That doesn't look good
To say that there was a lot of rain at Valhalla was an understatement. This photo just goes to show how much water the course took on.
7. Run, Sergio, run
While the ducks seemed to be really enjoying the rain, Sergio Garcia was firmly in the camp that preferred the course not to get a mid-round soaking.
6. Team USA
Michael Jordan wasn't the only one who was supporting the Americans.
5. Rory wins the PGA Championship
Rory McIlroy's dominance on the golf course translated over into the world of social media, especially after he won the PGA Championship for his second major in a row.
4. Baba Booey
At the PGA Championship, we got as many golfers as we could to take a selfie. This one of Keegan Bradley was the most popular on Twitter.
3. The team that does the ice bucket challenge together...
This summer's biggest viral trend makes its first appearance on the list. Seven members of Team USA were at The Barclays, and they decided to do the ice bucket challenge together.
2. The 3-foot putt that's no gimme
This golfer put a new twist on the short game, and created waves on social media.
1. Former President Bush listens to Rory
It definitely helps when Rory McIlroy retweets you -- such as what happened with this one.