PGA Tour pro Brian Harman appeared to annoy golf fans at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit.
Rickie Fowler caught the headlines once again with his continued fine form in the first round.
Though he blamed his bogey-bogey finish on his desperate need for the bathroom.
But the attention has quickly turned to Harman. The 36-year-old posted an opening round of 4-under 68 at Detroit Golf Club.
Despite not being the longest hitter, Harman has carved out a more than respectable career.
To date, he's won $28,594,464 in official prize money and made 232 of 337 cuts. His two wins came at the John Deere Classic and Wells Fargo Championship.
One of the reasons why he has been successful on tour is down to his stellar short game and putting. In fact, this season he is the best player at putting from six feet and in, holing 91.49 per cent.
He's equally impressive at scrambling from the rough and scrambling around the green.
All being told, Harman is just a very good player. So to some golf fans, it begged the question why he needed to take 17 seconds over this standard approach during the first round of the aforementioned Rocket Mortgage Classic.
Judge for yourself, but many were not pleased with Harman constantly twitching, fidgeting and looking at the pin before finally making a stroke.
Slow play will always rub people the wrong way. Patrick Cantlay has been the one to take most of the flack this season.
Cantlay was also recently defended by many PGA Tour stars, but not over pace of play.
In fact, leading players such as Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Adam Scott and Will Zalatoris sheltered the golfer over accusations he was leading a players' coup against the PGA Tour's 'framework agreement' with LIV Golf's backers.
As for Harman, he might need to get a wiggle on when he plays his second round.
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