Sergio Garcia refused to offer his opinion about LIV Golf players losing their arbitration battle against the DP World Tour.
The Spaniard had just hit all 18 greens in regulation and posted a bogey-free 64 to tee up the opportunity to claim his first victory in the rival league.
But his mood was likely dampened just a tad when he got involved in this exchange with a reporter.
The topic was the decision that saw the fines and suspensions issued by the DP World Tour to LIV Golf players upheld.
As a consequence of the decision by Sports Resolutions, it appears that the European-based circuit is considering fining players using a sliding scale of £100,000 and down.
Read more about the alleged huge fines the Ryder Cup legends face by clicking here.
Garcia was originally part of the 16 players who were involved in that dispute but withdrew. He didn't explain why.
The 2019 Masters champion raged at reporters at Augusta National when asked about the LIV dynamic.
"You guys need to stop it," he raged. "You guys are making a big deal out of this, and it's you guys."
Garcia didn't want to offer an opinion this week, but appeared to insist this is not the end of the matter.
Here's the full exchange Garcia had with a reporter in Sentosa:
Q. Sergio, I wanted to get your thoughts on the recent arbitration ruling that went not in favour of LIV Golf?
Q. The arbitration ruling, the recent court case?
It appears that Garcia's relationship with his home circuit is now beyond repair.