Cameron Smith could've probably done without this truck honking its horn during his backswing.
Smith is back in action this week at LIV Golf Tucson with his Ripper GC side.
He was playing alongside Phil Mickelson and Charles Howell III at The Gallery Golf Club.
Smith reached No. 7 at 1-under par in the $25m prize purse event when this happened.
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The 150th Open champion took his aim and waggled the chief a few times as he often does, taking a few last glances at the fairway.
When he reached the top of his backswing a truck could be heard honking its horn twice.
We're not immediately sure whether this was deliberate or just an unfortunate coincidence.
The honking can be heard just as Smith reached the top of his backswing, so you never know.
Some golf fans on social media were quick to point out this could have been orchestrated by PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan.
Or perhaps it was Hall of Famer Fred Couples behind the wheel of the truck?
Just this week Couples said Smith's rationale for joining was LIV 'comical'. He also described the aforementioned Mickelson as 'a nutjob'.
He didn't stop there, as he also decided to take aim at Sergio Garcia. He called him 'a clown'.
Watch the clip at the bottom of the page.
Smith somehow managed to keep hold of his club. His shot went straight right and eventually landed near the gallery path.
Has Jay Monahan hired truck drivers to drive around and honk during the backswings of #LIVGolf players? I'll let you decide pic.twitter.com/JTyfBY39gW— LIV Golf Updates (@LIVGolfUpdates) March 17, 2023
Smith unfortunately went on to make bogey. It was his second consecutive dropped shot in as many holes.