Raging Viktor Hovland vents FURY after his clubs arrive in Hawaii snapped!

Hovland detailed his woes on his Instagram stories...

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Wed, 5 Jan 2022
Raging Viktor Hovland vents FURY after his clubs arrive in Hawaii snapped!

Annoyed Viktor Hovland appeared to have a less than desirable start to his week travelling to the Sentry Tournament of Champions. 

Hovland, 24, took to Instagram to vent his apparent fury at Delta after his clubs went missing, then were returned snapped. 

It is the same airline who England's Matt Fitzpatrick had trouble with last year, also cutting a similar infuriated tone on social media. 

Hovland posted that he arrived on Wednesday in Kapalua, Hawaii, but his clubs were missing, posting: "Get your s*** together!"

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They arrived and Hovland posted a thumbs up emoji on his Instagram stories before posting an upsetting image of his snapped Ping clubs. 

"Can't say I'm surprised," Hovland posted ahead of the first event on the PGA Tour in 2021, where he is 14/1 to win. 

Hovland had a good spell on the fall season of the PGA Tour, winning twice. 

The Norwegian took down the World Wide Technology Championship in Mayakoba. 

He did so even after Danny Lee accidentally snapped his driver on the range in a speed training session. 

Then he followed it up with a win at the Hero World Challenge where Tiger Woods made his return to public life. 

Hovland showed his humble side when he was travelling to Albany, telling another traveller he "plays a bit of golf". 

Hopefully this week Hovland has better luck on the golf course than when he does on his travels. 

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