Phil Mickelson says it's 'comical' at this point after it was announced NBC is set to debut 'BagCam' on the PGA Tour.
As the name suggests, there will be a camera placed on a players' bag.
Justin Thomas and his looper Jim 'Bones' Mackay were the first to debut this during the Valspar Championship.
It's an idea that Mickelson previously suggested in his now infamous 'obnoxious greed' remarks that were published by Golf Digest.
"At this stage it's a bit comical," Mickelson wrote on Twitter. "I'm sure there's lots more to come."
Oh, and Mickelson also added a sarcastic thumbs up emoji.
Mickelson recently took aim at PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan after it was revealed the North American circuit was revamping their 'designated' events from 2024.
That will see reduced fields with guaranteed money for those who qualify. Oh, and there's no cuts!
If it sounds familiar it's because it's essentially straight out of the LIV Golf League playbook.
Mickelson previously claimed that he suggested to Monahan this idea before about bringing the stars out to play more often.
The New York Post reported about this two years ago, with Mickelson also claiming he had a backer ready to plough $1bn into the idea.
Monahan's response, according to Mickelson, was simply to ignore it because he did not believe the rival league would get off the ground.
It led to some suggesting that had Monahan and the rest of the PGA Tour got behind the idea, there would simply be no LIV Golf.
This was put to Mickelson before LIV Golf Tucson.
What is BagCam all about?
A camera was placed on Thomas's bag during the final two holes of the second round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort.
Tommy Roy, NBC's head producer for golf, said:
The PGA Tour have also debuted other new on-course ideas to help improve their broadcasts.
Players have been giving interviews with the commentary team during their rounds.
Tom Kim, Rickie Fowler and Max Homa have all taken part.
Players have also been wearing microphones and chatting to the commentary team before their rounds as they warm up on the range.
Tyrrell Hatton did so during the most recent Players at TPC Sawgrass.
Not everyone is a fan though. Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, Patrick Cantlay and Scottie Scheffler appear to need some convincing.