Paige Spiranac's podcast co-host Amanda Rose went on an incredible anti-LIV Golf rant on their latest episode.
The pair discussed the most recent LIV Golf tournament that took place in Portland, Oregon at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.
South Africa's Branden Grace took home the win there and a $4million check after his two-stroke victory over new signee Carlos Ortiz.
LIV players Patrick Reed, Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka also made their debuts in the $25million event.
And it's fair to say that Rose is absolutely not a fan of LIV. She absolutely tore into the Saudi-backed series in this episode.
Asked whether she had watched the broadcast, Rose said: "Unfortunately, yeah, I watched the three days' [coverage] on Twitch.
"And it was so painful. The golf is so bad. The commentators have their heads so far up Greg Norman's a**.
"It's just painful. It's uncomfortable. They're calling Pat Reed a fan favourite. And it's like, dude... pull your head out of everyone's f***ing a**.
"It's just so over the top. The golf is terrible, right? They play s*** golf. Pumpkin Ridge is a dog track, I'm sorry, if you looked at the skirts around the greens it was patchy and gross.
"The fact that there were so many guys over par at a course that, as I said, is kind of a dog track is ridiculous.
"The golf sucks... the players are all kinda a*******. The more guys that go... like I actually liked you as a person, like Abe Ancer, why the f*** did he go?!
"He's a nice dude. He just won a World Golf Championship last year, he's exempt for however many years on the PGA Tour and he goes to LIV.
"You [Ancer] have your own company! You don't need money. You are doing just fine."
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She added: "And nobody was talking about Paul Casey because he's injured and nobody really gives a s***, then all of a sudden he pops up on the broadcast.
"And he's like, 'Yeah, I'm the next signee' and I'm like, what?! You're injured. What are they going to do like cut a finger off every time Paul Casey shows up and just doesn't tee off at a tournament.
"He literally did that like six times this past season on the PGA Tour. I don't know. It's bad golf. It's bad commentary. It's all round bad.
"The shotgun start was painful. There's no rhythm to the broadcast. It's just not good."