Rory McIlroy's controversial decision to skip the RBC Heritage after a miserable Masters has drawn little sympathy from fellow PGA Tour pros Joel Dahmen, Justin Thomas and Xander Schauffele.
McIlroy, 33, missed the cut at Augusta National to ensure another 12-month wait before he attempts the career grand slam once again.
The Ulsterman then made the shock decision to withdraw from this week's designated PGA Tour event.
It will come as absolutely no surprise that one of the responses to counter their Saudi-backed rival was money. And lots of it.
The designated events ushered in a completely new era for the PGA Tour.
Huge prize purse events were announced along with a guarantee the top stars will be in attendance. Next year, they will only be available to a select few and with the absence of a 36-hole cut.
Dahmen, Thomas and Schauffele spoke to Alex Miceli of SI about McIlroy's pre-tournament withdrawal.
McIlroy - who was the subject of this fierce criticism from his former agent - was docked $3m from his 2022 player impact program bonus.
If you don't know what that is, it's essentially just a social media popularity contest designed to handsomely reward tour's best players.
Woods has won $23m so far, though that is hardly surprising given he is the needle mover despite being barely able to walk these days.
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has previously stated he has discretion over Woods' bonus cash.
Monahan has previously said Woods wouldn't be docked cash given that he's physically unable to compete in every designated event.
There could be a way for McIlroy to earn back what he has been docked. Rickie Fowler just wants transparency over what Monahan decides.
He also told SI: