Despite revealing he is working on his temper, Jon Rahm continued to show signs of petulance on day two of the Irish Open.
Just three weeks removed from firing an F-Bomb and throwing his toys out the pram at the US Open, the big-hitting Spaniard was seen missing a five-foot putt on the fourth hole before smacking his putter head down on the green in disgust.
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Rahm however managed to bounce back from that bogey with two birdies in his next three holes to move within one shot of the 36-hole lead at Portstewart.
And he wasn't the only one to lose his temper at Portstewart as home favourite Rory McIlroy, playing alongside Rahm, whacked his driver down on a tee box during the second round.
WATCH: FRUSTRATED MCILROY SMASHES M2 DRIVER OVER TEE MARKER
After signing for his second-round 67, the world number 11 explained he is trying his best to reel in his rage.
"I made a couple of mistakes in my last two events in the States," said Rahm. "I was a little too anxious, a little too excited, a little too aggressive in every sense and it showed.
"Like I’ve said many times, I’ve apologised, I cannot feel any worse about it. I thought about it, I learned, I’m just letting things happen a little bit."
Let's just hope he tries a bit harder.