Former Premier League footballer Jimmy Bullard has confirmed in an interview with the Mirror he he has been banned from the swanky Sunningale Golf Club after hitting a golf ball off a Peroni bottle.
Bullard, 45, played for a number of football teams during his career including Wigan, Fulham and Hull City, but he now co-hosts a YouTube and social media golf channel with former Soccer AM star Pete 'Tubes' Dale.
After retiring from football in 2012, Bullard decided to take golf seriously and he quickly turned professional in 2013.
Bullard plays golf at a number of clubs around the country, but especially in the south where he became a member of Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire, England.
Sunningdale sets you back a gigantic £92,000 for full membership, on top of another £9,500 a year.
But Bullard has now been banned from the club following his 'Peroni Picker' stunt during a charity event earlier this season.
Bullard is said to struck his tee shot down the 1st hole using a Peroni bottle as the tee.
The incident is said to have upset a number of fellow members at Sunningdale, according to an article in the Mirror.
While Bullard's 'Peroni Picker' from Sunningdale is not on his socials, he did recently re-enact the shot during James Maddison's charity tournament at The Shire.
WATCH BULLARD'S 'PERONI PICKER'
While Bullard has since apologised for his antics at Sunningdale, he remains banned from the club.
Bullard told the Mirror:
Bullard first spoke about his Sunningdale ban while appearing on snooker legend Stephen Hendry's YouTube channel, Cue Tips.
He told Hendry:
Bullard had recently been co-presenting Soccer AM but the long-standing Sky Sports programme was axed earlier this season.
It is believed Bullard is currently playing to a +1 handicap.