It's fair to say six-time European Tour winner Tony Johnstone didn't hold back on the LIV Golf League when he appeared on the latest instalment of GolfMagic's podcast From The Tips.
So far we have spoken to DP World Tour pros Ewen Ferguson, John Murphy, Connor Syme, Challenge Tour pro Gary Boyd and two-time long drive world champion Joe Miller.
But we would suggest that Johnstone was certainly the most opinionated when he joined our Andy Roberts and Harry Benjamin.
There were just so many topics to discuss with the 66-year-old Zimbabwean, who now works for Sky Sports as a commentator.
Throughout our chat with Johnstone, he spoke of how Phil Mickelson is 'finished' and 'not missed by anybody'.
Tiger Woods' tampon prank? "It was blown completely out of proportion".
The Netflix documentary Full Swing? He's not seen it all yet but he's heard from his son-in-law that Brooks Koepka reveals he's an 'entitled clown'.
Speaking of 'entitled clowns', Johnstone said there are 'a lot of them on tour' and he suggested we need an 'enforcer' to give a couple of these guys 'proper slaps just to bring them back down to earth and realise they're getting paid zillions for hitting a ball around a field".
What about LIV Golf? Johnstone has absolutely no problem with the players jumping ship, but he reckons they should disappear after going to play 'exhibition golf' instead of suing tours that have made them 'multi-multi-millionaires'.
Oh, and what about that topic of LIV players whinging about not getting world ranking points?
"Boo bloody hoo"
Johnstone also expressed his disappointment at the news Thomas Pieters has decided to join LIV, putting what was a seemingly nailed-on spot in Luke Donald's Ryder Cup side at risk.
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"We need an enforcer"
Johnstone was asked what he made of the Netflix documentary Full Swing.
There were some decent moments. Chief of which was Rory McIlroy being filmed saying 'F you' to Phil Mickelson.
Brooks Koepka struggling with his rapid decline after winning four majors is also laid bare.
"I'll never watch LIV Golf"
Johnstone said he has no problem with the astronomical sums of money being thrown at the LIV players.
That being said, he has no plans to watch the second campaign.
Cameron Smith could've left a legacy
Was there anyone Johnstone was surprised at making the leap to LIV?
Johnstone picked out Phil Mickelson's reported fee of $200m in joining LIV.
He described Mickelson as "gone, done and dusted". Is anybody missing him? "I'm certainly not," Johnstone said.
Pieters has the game to win majors
It has now been confirmed that World No. 34 Thomas Pieters has decided to join the LIV Golf League.
His decision means that he is putting what was seemingly an odds-on Ryder Cup spot at risk.
Ah, that topic, world ranking points.
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