Sir Nick Faldo didn't seem too pleased after being overlooked as one of the best golfers of the 1990s in a social media post.
GolfDigest threw up a graphic on 31 July asking for input from their readers as to who they believe are the best golfers over each decade.
This was when Faldo was at his finest, capturing four of his six majors in a glittering career that led to his induction into the Hall of Fame.
Faldo won the Masters in 1990 and 1996 (where he got the better of Norman) and two Opens in 1990 and 1992.
Price, also a Hall of Famer, won three majors in his career. Price won the PGA Championship in 1992 and 1994 as well as the 1990 Open at Turnberry.
The Great White Shark blew a final round six-shot lead. Earlier in the year, he claimed his loss to Larry Mize in the 1987 Masters was more devastating.
Faldo wasn't the only one who wasn't convinced at the picks. A number of golf fans backed him.
Here's a selection of comments:
- G-Mac blasts Sir Nick Faldo: "He doesn't know what he's talking about!"
- Sir Nick Faldo HAMMERS PGA Tour Netflix series with hilarious Justin Thomas take
- Sir Nick Faldo tells media: You should be grateful, Rory McIlroy 'has suffered'
- Sir Nick Faldo goes on all time rant (!) about LIV Golf's future
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