The golf tournament is an addictive game that has taken on new meaning with the rise of virtual reality and augmented reality technology.
The popular game is still played on computers, but with a virtual reality headset like the Oculus Rift and Google Cardboard, users can take part in a live, in-person experience.
This week, the game has made its debut on Facebook Live, allowing users to watch and comment on live video feeds from around the world.
The virtual tournament also has a Facebook Live chat, and the social network has been partnering with the developers of the game to create a video series of live commentary from the event.
Here’s a look at some of the most memorable moments from this year’s tournaments.
The opening round of the PGA Championship in January 2017.
The first round of this year, where the winners were announced in March.
The PGA Tour and Google partnered with Twitch to make this video series, with players and spectators participating in the live chat, as well as the stream on the Google Cardboards, which allows users to take part.
The event was streamed live on the PPG Facebook page, which has been a platform for other social-media events like this one.
A series of photos from the PGG livestream from March show the players from the opening round, including Jason Day, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson.
The game was still popular among casual fans when it was released.
The tournament featured a wide variety of courses, from green to clay, and players competed for prizes.
A few weeks before the event, the tournament had to cancel due to bad weather, which included rain and lightning.
A new round of golf, featuring the same course, was scheduled for May.
But on March 12, the PGC announced it would be canceled because of the bad weather.
A week later, the tour said it was postponing the PGM event to the weekend.
The series of golf photos from March 11 were featured on Facebook.
The final round of PGA’s PGA Tournament of Champions in May 2017.