Tyrrell Hatton may have produced the most relatable moment for amateur golfers so far this season, after his hilarious club throw at the CJ Cupow Creek started doing the rounds on social media.
The Englishman recently won the BMW PGA Championship, the European Tour's flagship event and it caused a widespread debate due to the fact that he wore an adidas golf hoodie every day.
Hatton has proved over the past year that he is one of the most in-form players on both tours right now and the World No.9 didn't let jetlag affect his performance in Las Vegas, finishing in a tie for third and raking in $565,500 in the process.
The 29-year-old is known for his brilliant personality and having interviewed Hatton in the past, we know he's a great character to be around, hence why his popularity has grown in the United States this year.
We don't always applaud professional golfers for having a strop on the course, especially if it's led to a club throw, but the manner in which Hatton pulled this one off during the CJ Cup was most definitely entertaining. Watch Hatton's club throw in the video below:
The simple flick of the wrists to send his club twirling through the air was quite brilliant to watch and it certainly caused a stir amongst golf fans on social media when the PGA Tour posted a video of the incident.
Quality release— JimKennon (@golfintrucker) October 18, 2020
Agree, the way he aggressively throws the club is outrageous. Not in the slighting bit comic or entertaining. He and his hoodies should be banned from golf for all eternity!!! Look at us Alan, bonding like a couple of old fellas. Golf purists!— Paul Petchey (@PaulPetchey) October 18, 2020
Gotta love him— James Taylor (@jamestaylor20) October 17, 2020
It's interesting who the media chooses to like or dislike. Don't get me wrong I like Hatton and we need guys like him he's pretty damn funny, but if Bryson did this people would chew him apart— Corey (@RmgcCorey) October 18, 2020
His form on the club flip was phenomenal— Al Giordano (@AlGiordano777) October 18, 2020
Textbook club throw. Always throw it the direction you have to walk.— Ben (@Bensrighthere) October 18, 2020
Me after EVERY Shot lol— Back Nines Only (@backninesonly) October 18, 2020