Billy Horschel's caddie Mark Fulcher, better known as 'Fooch', has hit out at those PGA Tour players regularly moaning about course setups following the weekend's action at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
Horschel's caddie Fulcher took to Twitter to address his thoughts after seeing the likes of Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy criticise the state of the greens at Bay Hill, especially in the final round.
A "punch drunk" McIlroy admitted to Arnie's Place being like "crazy golf" on the weekend, while Poulter called the greens "over the edge".
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Question…. Why is it when a course gets tough … maybe be on the edge … when a course is to easy .. “American Express “ … the very same players fucking moan ? Any thoughts— Dick fulchers lad (@Fooch1993) March 7, 2022
Fooch, who helped Horschel to a tie for second, not only took aim at players moaning about "tough" setups but also those players moaning about "easy" setups... no doubt the latter point referring to World No.1 Jon Rahm's comments at The American Express earlier this year.
"What a piece of s*** set-up f***ing putting contest week," Rahm was heard saying as he marched off a green - WATCH HERE
Correct https://t.co/8qz7ccsM8u— Dick fulchers lad (@Fooch1993) March 7, 2022
It’s because you caddies are so good we can’t blame you so we have to find something else— Lee Westwood (@WestwoodLee) March 7, 2022
Lee Westwood responded to Fooch's comment with: "It's because you caddies are so good we can't blame you so we have to find something else."
Ian Poulter also chimed in with a fishing rod emoji.
— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) March 7, 2022
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