Never one to shy away from a bit of conflict and controversy, Sir Nick Faldo took to Twitter yesterday to produce a seemingly unprovoked jab at Greg Norman's iconic final-round meltdown at the 1996 Masters.
Faldo, 66, proved that playground teasing has no upper age limit when he donned a Jaws-inspired t-shirt while recounting the last time he went shark (Norman's famous nickname) hunting.
Set to the background noise of what appears to be numerous panting dogs, Faldo recounts the last time he went shark hunting, claiming "my boat was big enough" in reference to the famous line from the 1975 motion picture.
He is, of course, also referencing his victory at the 1996 Masters, when Norman produced one of the most memorable final-round meltdowns in the tournament's history.
Norman led the tournament by six shots on Sunday morning, but a final round 78 combined with Faldo shooting an immaculate 67, saw the tables turn, with Faldo eventually winning by five strokes and slipping on the iconic green jacket for a third time.
An outspoken critic of LIV Golf, for which Norman is the current CEO, it appears Faldo has decided to kick start his retirement from golf commentary by trying his hand at a bit of stand-up comedy.
His textbook delivery has been met with mixed reviews on Twitter, with some lauding him for 'classic Faldo humour', while others were slightly less impressed, telling him to 'Get lost, Nick'.
So it would appear the jury is out on this one, but you can be sure it will have made it onto Norman's radar, and who knows, this could be the start of some of the best Twitter beef we've seen this year. Watch this space.