Sam Torrance just could not help himself as he watched Jon Rahm leave the putting green and kiss his fiancee Kelley Cahill en route to the first tee at the BMW PGA Championship on Sunday.
Torrance, 66, may have quit golf this season after revealing he has fallen out of love with the game, but he still appears at the top of his game when it comes to his commentary.
Watch the clip below for Torrance's hilarious take on Rahm's kiss with Cahill...
Classic Sam Torrance commentary...brilliant pic.twitter.com/vRDZsX1hme— KoT (@KoT38513782) September 22, 2019
"The spectators are so friendly here, it's lovely," said Torrance.
Rahm was locked in a final-round tussle with Danny Willett, but it was the Englishman who came out on top for his seventh career European Tour title.
Former Masters winner Willett posted a 5-under 67 to Rahm's 2-under 69 and ran out a three-stroke victory on 20-under par.
Rahm moves up to second in the European Tour's Race to Dubai standings, with Willett moving up to ninth.
Making his BMW PGA debut, Rahm was bidding to win his second title of the season having won the Irish Open earlier in the summer.
But despite continuing a stunning run of golf with nine consecutive top-13 finishes, Rahm left Wentworth with a deep sense of regret.
"I'm not going to lie, it hurts and it stings," said Rahm, the World No.5.
"I played good all week and, up until the 13th hole, I was incapable of hitting an iron close to the pin and made a couple of stupid mistakes.
"I should have come closer than two shots on the last two holes, so I had my chances. Again, I did what I had to do. Just had a couple of really stupid mistakes there, and I'm just going to have to figure out why it happened."