Sir Nick Faldo may have retired from broadcasting, but the legendary golfer is still busy on Twitter and he's taken a light-hearted dig at one of the hosts of Barstool's Fore Play podcast over his Brooks Koepka take.
A day after the conclusion of The Masters, where Jon Rahm won the green jacket, the podcast released a clip to social media claiming that Koepka's lack of a solid final round "ruined" the major.
As the tournament was heading into the final round, it largely looked like Sunday's finish would be a two-horse race between the LIV Golf's Koepka and the PGA Tour's Rahm. Instead, Koepka found himself constantly fighting his swing and fell back to finish four strokes behind Rahm.
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"He just rolled over all day today, shot 75, and ruined The Masters," Riggs, one of the four hosts said.
For context, Riggs is still not happy with Koepka because the four-time major champion apparently snubbed Fore Play when they had scheduled a charity golf match.
After the Daily Telegraph's James Corrigan replied to the tweet saying, "Pretty sure he tried his best," Faldo decided to chime in, too.
Faldo disagreed with their take on the two-time LIV Golf winner, writing:
But things didn't end there.
A few days later, on 15 April, the podcast released another episode where they discussed Faldo's tweet directed at their comments.
Riggs clarified that there was a "facetious nature" to his comments about Koepka ruining The Masters, and that he just really wanted some drama coming down the final stretch at Augusta National.
Faldo returned to Twitter once again to respond to the podcast's clip, this time seemingly taking a shot at Riggs' golf game as well:
His verbal and golf accuracy are about the same! ↖️⛳️↗️ https://t.co/QoMGv526Xr— Sir Nick Faldo (@NickFaldo006) April 17, 2023