As many of us are aware, golf can get the better of all of us and sometimes, it is difficult to keep your anger inside and you have to let it out.
Unfortunately for Sky Sports, who broadcasted last week's Dutch Open, they had a moment that every sports platform dreads: an athlete swearing live on camera.
This time it was Ondrej Lieser, who was looking to hunt down the eventual winner Kristoffer Broberg at Bernardus Golf at Cromvoirt.
The two-time Challenge Tour winner was hitting his tee shot at the par-4 10th hole during the third round, and Sky Sports commentator Mark Roe commented on Lieser's aggressive swing.
Love how Mark Roe was buzzing for us all to see Ondrej Lieser.— Andy Roberts (@AndyRobertsGolf) September 18, 2021
Then he did this pic.twitter.com/FnS91XPR2e
However, as he hit his drive his ball appeared to veer offline. While watching his ball, the man from the Czech Republic swore while on camera.
It is not often that a professional golfer uses colourful language so loudly at a televised event, but Lieser could not withhold his frustration at his poor drive.
The 30-year-old finished in a tie for 19th place on Sunday, which followed up on his finish for tied 60th place at his home tournament of the D+D Czech Masters.
Sometimes the golf course can be a very, very frustrating place to be and we can all sympathise with Lieser. Nonetheless, it is always reassuring for us amateur players to know that the professionals make the same mistakes as us.
Despite his annoyance on this occasion, Lieser achieved his best finish on the European Tour in 2021, so he will hope to replicate this form in the coming weeks.