Matt Fitzpatrick and Jordan Spieth were said to be "pretty upset" with Patrick Cantlay's pace of play in the final round of the RBC Heritage, according to CBS Sports on-course commentator Dottie Pepper.
The LPGA Tour legend informed viewers by the green on the par-5 15th hole that both Fitzpatrick and Spieth were particularly irate with how long it took Cantlay to play his third shot at the par-3 14th.
Cantlay chipped his second shot way past the hole and his ball trundled down onto the wooden sleepers.
The ball was wedged between the bulkhead and the edge of the green.
Cantlay then deliberated for close to three minutes whether to play the shot or take a drop alongside his caddie Matt Minister.
The World No.4 eventually stepped in to play the shot, and to his credit, played a miraculous chip shot to five feet.
But in the eyes of Fitzpatrick and Spieth, who were playing alongside Cantlay in the final group of the day, the whole process took far too long.
Cantlay would bin the putt for bogey.
It would end up proving a costly shot as he ultimately missed out on the playoff by one.
Here's what Pepper had to say:
Fitzpatrick went on to defeat Spieth with a birdie at the third extra hole.
The final group went round in a staggering 5 hours and 15 minutes.
Earlier in the round, Fitzpatrick's caddie Billy Foster (who recently spoke exclusively to GolfMagic) was seen exasperated by Cantlay's pace of play as he stepped in to play his tee shot on the 16th.
Sky Sports Golf's Andrew Coltart also blasted Cantlay for his pace of play as early as the par-5 2nd in the final round.
This all came a week after Cantlay was ripped by thousands of golf fans on social media for his pace of play in the final round of The Masters.
LIV Golf's Brooks Koepka labelled Cantlay's pairing as "brutally slow".
Cantlay claimed it "was slow for everyone".
Even European Tour legend Colin Montgomerie got involved in the banter!