Max Homa joked fellow PGA Tour pro Joel Dahmen has changed since he became a TV celebrity after appearing in the Netflix documentary Full Swing.
So much so, Homa revealed he once saw Dahmen send a water back because it had 'three ice cubes' instead of two.
Both players were on the same flight heading to this week's PGA Tour event - the designated Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club - and it appears that Homa wasn't happy with his seat.
Apparently Homa wanted to change.
Things have changed since his Netflix stardom. He sent a water back because it had 3 ice cubes instead of 2— max homa (@maxhoma23) May 1, 2023
Who is Joel Dahmen?
If you're unfamiliar with who Dahmen is, then he's definitely worth a follow across his social media accounts.
Dahmen now boasts a legion of fans after his appearance in the episode, which is called 'Imposter Syndrome.'
He has an extremely interesting back story. Sadly his mother died from cancer. It led to a chaotic life of partying and drinking far, far too much.
In an unfortunate twist of fate, Dahmen was later diagnosed with testicular cancer.
At the time, he said:
After beating the disease, Dahmen pursued a career in professional golf. His best friend - Geno Bonnalie - is his caddie and it was him who appeared to believe he could make to the PGA Tour.
The Netflix episode shows Dahmen's down-to-earth demeanour, his incredible relationship with Geno and life with his other half Lona.
His self-deprecating nature is very much apparent throughout the episode.
The aforementioned Homa also features in which he said of Dahmen:
As for the 'beef', apparently Dahmen had the same post drafted but Homa got there first!
Weird, I had the same tweet drafted. https://t.co/nbSvIIywAs— Joel Dahmen (@Joel_Dahmen) May 1, 2023