Max Homa says he "can't look less cool if I tried" after he was filmed having a strop during the PGA Tour's WM Phoenix Open.
Whilst Scottie Scheffler was making clutch putts fending off Nick Taylor and Jon Rahm, Homa was struggling to get anything going.
It's an elevated event, meaning that even if you aren't going to contend players still want to finish as high as they possibly can for a bumper pay day.
No doubt this was probably in Homa's mind during this unlikely outburst.
Homa, a six-time PGA Tour winner now, recently was involved in a new initiative set up by CBS.
He was one of the first players to be mic'd up and interviewed on the course. How we would have loved to hear from him after this temper tantrum!
You can watch the clip below. Homa's fairway bunker shot did not go to plan. In fact, his golf ball likely travelled about 100 yards.
His golf club nearly went the same distance as he launched it into the ground in absolute disgust.
It's fitting that England's Tyrrell Hatton got involved in the exchange on social media, asking Homa if they wanted to take some bunker lessons together.
"I'm nervous already," Homa said in response.
As one person rightly pointed out, it sounds like the sequel to that hilarious angry golfer spoof is already sorted.
Watch the clip here:
Can’t look less cool if I tried https://t.co/bp1p0JFEjK— max homa (@maxhoma23) February 12, 2023
"We'll carry him down the hill one one and up the hill on 18..."
Homa will be back PGA Tour action this week at the Genesis Invitational, hosted by Tiger Woods.
Woods made the shock announcement that he will play his first event in seven months.
It marks his first official PGA Tour start since his February 2021 car crash.
Homa managed to calm down from his earlier outburst and expressed his excitement about seeing big cat back in action.
He told the media:
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