The first thing to point out is that there is no fresh beef between Sir Nick Faldo and Rickie Fowler.
You might remember that Faldo once took a cheap shot at Fowler's off-course activities when he was really struggling in 2020.
Faldo argued that Fowler had "more time to shoot commercials" when the fan-favourite was in danger of missing out on the 2021 Masters.
We should clarify that it's all water under the bridge now. Faldo apologised. Fowler said he understood where Faldo was coming from.
Fowler now appears to be making some strides with his game. Butch Harmon reckons he'll win again. And this year, too.
He finished T-6 at the Fortinet Championship, T-2 at the ZOZO Championship, and he's had two more top-15 finishes in recently.
The American, now 34, at one point looked as though he could be a factor during the final round of the WM Phoenix Open.
A stunned Fowler made a hole-in-one at No. 7 but immediately followed that by dropping two shots on his way to a T-10 finish.
Still, it's good signs for the player many argue is one of the best to have never ticked off a major championship.
One Twitter user pointed out that his mini-resurgence was down to Faldo "not getting in his head anymore".
"I understand what he's going through"
Another player who has struggled in recent years is Jason Day.
He's had his injury problems and understandably has struggled after the death of his mother Dening last March.
Day knows what Fowler has gone through. Day also played well at TPC Scottsdale and was paired with Fowler during the final round.
He told the media:
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