Tyrrell Hatton's temper boiled over during the second round of the Open Championship at Royal St. George's.
After being tipped by many to play well in Kent this week, Hatton shot 2-over-par in his first round on Thursday which put him eight shots behind leader Louis Oosthuizen.
The Englishman began to recover on Friday with birdies on the 9th and 10th holes. With 8 holes left of his second round, Hatton was sat on 1-over-par on the cut line.
However, on the challenging par-3 11th hole, things took a turn for the worst for the BMW PGA champion as he made a damaging double-bogey to fall back to 3-over-par.
After he put his ball in the hole, he used some extremely expletive language and pointed his putter towards something off to the side of the green.
We are unsure as to what he appeared to be pointing at, however, Hatton is no stranger to showing his passion and anger on the golf course.
There is also footage that shows the World No. 10 using offensive sign language with his right hand as he missed a putt on the 11th green.
HATTON!!!! pic.twitter.com/hBiCkJKuw4— Christopher Powers (@CPowers14) July 16, 2021
Other than making the double-bogey, it seems that there was something else that had got under Hatton's skin as he reached boiling point at Royal St. George's.
It seems that there is a curse on Hatton and his playing partners this week, as Phil Mickelson shot 10-over-par on Thursday which was his worst ever start to a major championship.