Sky Sports Golf commentator Andrew Coltart has hit out at Patrick Cantlay for playing slowly once more in the final round of the RBC Heritage.
Cantlay, 31, received a barrage of slow play criticism from thousands of golf fans on social media in the final round of The Masters last weekend.
Even Cantlay's final-round playing partner Viktor Hovland was seemingly fed up with his pace of play on the 13th hole.
Cantlay, however, said prior to the start of this week's RBC Heritage that he imagined "it was slow for everyone" out there in the final round at Augusta National.
But former European Ryder Cup player Coltart, speaking in the Sky Sports Golf booth alongside Wayne 'Radar' Riley in the early stages of the final round at Hilton Head, is not buying that. The Scot finds it amazing that Cantlay has "hardly ever been penalised" for his pace of play on the PGA Tour.
To our knowledge, Cantlay has never been penalised by officials for being slow.
Coltart made his feelings known after Riley questioned his pace of play while Cantlay contemplated his third shot from the pine straw on the par-5 2nd in the final round of the RBC Heritage.
Cantlay, who was in contention for his ninth PGA Tour title and first of the season at the time, had sprayed his second shot well into the trees on the 2nd hole.
The American's ball came to rest behind a number of trees, and he had a decision to make. That was to either go left or right of them to find the green.
Cantlay's caddie Matt Minister urged his boss to go left.
As all of this was playing out, Riley said: "Who was saying he was slow last week?"
Coltart replied: "I know, to think he has hardly ever been penalised for it?!"
Cantlay then played his shot, following his caddie's instructions, and came up left of the green.
Riley then added: "He did very well there, he got it to 60 yards... it was worth the wait."
Coltart responded: "It's frustrating to play with somebody that crawls along like that."
Cantlay then putted his ball up to 15 feet, but then drained the return for par.
Coltart came back for some more: "Well he's stolen a par out there at 2, tough to say that he deserved that. Not a lot of good shots."
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