Hend, 49, has been busy on his Twitter account over the past few days.
Over the weekend, the Australian got into a disagreement with Sky Sports Golf's Jamie Weir.
The discussion centred around how LIV Golf's Sergio Garcia has not yet paid the DP World Tour back for his £100k fine, and Hend appeared to be defending Garcia.
The Spaniard was fined after LIV Golf lost its arbitration case against the DP World Tour over it sanctioning players who participate in conflicting LIV Golf events without a release.
Garcia, along with a few others, have since resigned from the DP World Tour to avoid facing any further sanctions.
Weir and Hend's disagreement began when Weir posted a tweet pointing out that Garcia had not yet paid his fine from the DP World Tour.
Hend appeared to disagree with the idea that the DP World Tour had provided a platform for Garcia.
Interesting U say "HE" owes the Tour for giving HIM a platform for HIS success.... Don't U think the Tour has benefited from HIS success as well? So U think if U earn money U should pay a fine U believe U shouldn't have to pay... Ahhhh OK then. Interesting thought process that pic.twitter.com/UT6BtGi6MN— Scott Hend (@hendygolf) May 6, 2023
You can find their full discussion from the weekend here.
But that wasn't the end of it.
On Monday, Hend continued to share on Twitter his problems with the DP World Tour.
Though, he cleared up that his issues are only directed towards a small percentage of the people who work there.
The DP World Tour was/is a great place to play Professional Golf. I don't have an issue with the Tour or 90% of the employees.... Its that 10% and some of the Board Members that did Me. So don't get My Tweets confused as HATE for the DP World Tour, because they're not. #JustSayn— Scott Hend (@hendygolf) May 8, 2023
Hend hasn't played in a DP World Tour event since late last year at the Fortinet Australian PGA Championship.
He played in an event on the Asian Tour last week where he finished tied for 60th.