Eddie Pepperell fired yet more shots at Bryson DeChambeau during an on-course interview with Sky Sports Golf's Tim Barter on day two of the Omega European Masters.
Pepperell was striding the fairway with Barter who asked whether he felt "a bit like Bryson DeChambeau" at Crans-sur-Sierre due to the difficulty players face when calculating yardages at altitude.
"Yeah well I've been taking three or four minutes over a couple of shots," joked Pepperell. "They've been provisionals. He's a bit better than I am."
Watch a snippet of the on-course interview below...
We don't deserve Eddie Pepperell. pic.twitter.com/DurrrQJEFz— Chris Chaney (@Wrong_Fairway) August 30, 2019
Former European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn was in hysterics at the on-course interview...
@PepperellEddie on in round interviews— Thomas Bjorn (@thomasbjorngolf) August 30, 2019
Pepperell's comment comes just several weeks after issuing an apology to DeChambeau after calling him a "single minded twit" in a tweet.
The Englishman was not the only one to slam DeChambeau during the week of the Northern Trust after the American was seen taking more than three minutes to pace out a wedge shot, and taking two minutes 20 seconds to hit a 10-foot putt.
"Just look at Tommy and Justin, both looking completely bored," tweeted Pepperell on August 10.
"Slow players do this to their playing partners making the game less enjoyable. Problem is, the unaffected single minded twit in this instance, doesn’t care much for others."
Pepperell also took aim at his FootJoy golf shoes during the on-course interview, claiming they felt very comfortable but their constant "squeaking" were frustrating him.