Scottie Scheffler is not usually one you would associate with going on a bit of a rant.
But that's exactly what he did (sorta) after the conclusion of the PGA Championship in which Brooks Koepka put to bed the demons of choking at the 87th Masters and giving LIV Golf a welcome credibility boost.
This news has sort of gone under the radar, but 26-year-old Scheffler has moved back to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking after his T-2 finish at Oak Hill thanks to a lacklustre display from Jon Rahm.
Perhaps there's something in the water in New York as Rahm was particularly frustrated (even more so than usual) at times during the second major championship of 2023.
Rahm was particularly unhappy with this cameraman. Rahm also smashed a microphone after he shanked a short chip shot.
So how does Scheffler feel about becoming the world number one again?
"That's great. I mean, it's just an algorithm. It's nice, but I really don't care," Scheffler said with a laugh.
Scheffler was also asked about the possibility of a non-PGA Tour member teeing it up for the U.S. side in Rome this September.
Despite Koepka appearing to be an absolute lock at this point after his Masters performance, LIV Golf win and major triumph, U.S. captain Zach Johnson still thinks it's too premature to have that conversation.
"Frankly, [it's] irresponsible, to even have any opinion about that," said Johnson.
"Given where we're at right now, if you go back in history, there's names right now probably on both tours that we're not even mentioning that could have a chance."
Scheffler said of this:
Fair enough, Scottie!