Paige Spiranac has blasted PGA Tour player Nate Lashley over his "sexist" tweet in response to her latest video post about slow play.
It's in the rule book after all.
Cantlay has come under intense criticism, especially this month at The Masters, for taking too long to play his shots.
Cantlay isn't the only culprit though. There are plenty more.
Spiranac also considers how the AimPoint Express putting method is also a big contributor to slow play on the PGA Tour.
But in Paige's latest video post, she comes down hard on PGA Tour players not being docked shots for taking longer than their allocated 40 seconds once over the ball.
"Slow play is unsportsmanlike and a form of cheating, I don't understand how this is not fixed yet," says Paige.
40 seconds is a long time pic.twitter.com/BG0h6acRB8— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) April 18, 2023
Spiranac's latest video post did not sit well with Lashley, who won his sole PGA Tour title at the 2019 Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Lashley, ranked a lowly 210st in the world, not only criticised Spiranac's own playing credentials as a former professional, but made a sexist remark, too.
I don’t like slow play at all but these courses are very difficult and there is a lot on the line. If @PaigeSpiranac would have played professionally at a higher level she would understand but I don’t think most people are watching these videos to see what she has to say.— Nate. (@NateLashley) April 19, 2023
Those comments have not sat well with Paige, who now considers Lashley a big part of the slow play problem.
Spiranac held back from responding to Lashley on Twitter, and instead made her feelings be known on her latest 'Playing-A-Round' podcast episode alongside co-host Samantha Marks.
Speaking at 33 minutes in her latest podcast episode, Spiranac said:
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