Brooks Koepka complained about the pace of play after tasting yet more disappointment at The Masters.
Koepka was the 54-hole leader at Augusta National but struggled in the final round as Jon Rahm claimed his maiden green jacket and second major.
The competitors were sent out in pairs on Sunday so as to avoid the first Monday finish in Masters history after the storms battered Georgia.
Koepka accused the group of being 'brutally slow' but it appears that Hovland reckons Cantlay is the guilty party.
I mean, just check out the reaction from the Norwegian.
As for Koepka, he said of the pace of play:
Despite coming up short in search for his green jacket again, Koepka said he 'gave it his all' so he will be able to sleep.
Much has been made of the divide in men's professional golf owing to LIV Golf.
Koepka maintained this divide is manufactured by the media, adding:
Koepka said he's now 100 per cent fully healthy and believes he will be able to compete for more majors this year.