The Internet officially turned against Michael Block thanks to his sensational quote about Rory McIlroy's length.
That claim? If he had McIlroy's length then he would shoot a 'stupid score'.
After he made that wild comment, he followed it up with a horrible opening round at the Charles Schwab Challenge.
The 46-year-old was reduced to tears as a result, but some golf fans still let him have it.
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Block, a 'club' pro out of California, was the headlining story of the season's second major as he finished tied for 15th at the PGA Championship.
During Sunday's final round at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, Block played with McIlroy, making a slam-dunk ace for the ages.
His incredible story bled into this week on the PGA Tour, where Block was given a last-minute invite to the Charles Schwab Challenge.
While the initial comments didn't appear to sit well with golf fans online, it was only made worse when Block followed his comments up with an 11-over par 81 during Thursday's first round of the PGA Tour event.
"It is what it is," Block told reporters after his tough round at Colonial, adding:
Block then, quite understandably, began to get emotional, saying:
"I'm gonna see my boys tomorrow night."— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 26, 2023
After a tough day, Michael Block still finds perspective. pic.twitter.com/kzvpxCLDZP
Despite the tears, some golf fans let rip.
Here are some of the responses to the PGA Tour's clip of Block speaking about his day: