Jon Rahm has been showing his emotions on the golf course a lot over the last few weeks.
Not that this is anything new, for Rahm has always been the type of player to wear his heart on his sleeve.
We have seen it in the Ryder Cup in Paris when he took down the mighty Tiger Woods. Just how much did that scalp mean to him?
And famously when those putts dropped at Torrey Pines last year en route to his first major victory at the U.S. Open.
But have we ever seen him get this angry on a golf course? Watching him slam his driver into the ground was a sight to behold.
It does beg the question, would our reactions be different had we seen these types of antics from Bryson DeChambeau?
We'd never hear the end of it. But it appears Rahm has been getting somewhat of a pass for his outbursts of frustration.
Rahm, at the time of writing, was one shot back from Jason Day and Will Zalatoris going into the final round at the Farmers Insurance Open.
It was after his third round where he decided to explain the source of his passion which has seen him let a few F bombs slip recently.