Tommy Fleetwood's caddie Ian Finnis reportedly sent a journalist a jokey, expletive-laden message after the conclusion of the RBC Canadian Open.
It's an interesting hole and one that was playing relatively easy for the tour pros. During the week, there were 254 birdies, 15 eagles, 19 bogeys and just one double bogey.
The Englishman hit an iron off the tee and later admitted he 'got a bit quick' over his second stroke and ended up flaring his TP5x out right to the thick and juicy rough.
According to CBS lead analyst Trevor Immelman, the lie wasn't all that bad and he was surprised to see Fleetwood lay up.
Fleetwood missed right again with his lay-up and the ball was positioned well below his feet.
He went on to salvage a par and ultimately lost over four extra holes to Nick Taylor, who drained a 72ft bomb to win before the Internet lost it's s*** after Adam Hadwin was sacked by a security guard.
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In the immediate aftermath of that, Fleetwood said he would dust himself down quickly ahead of the U.S. Open.
Though his caddie didn't take too kindly to Dan Rapaport's post on social media, who similarly expressed his shock that Fleetwood laid up in regulation.
According to Rapaport, he was sent a message on social media with the caddie asking him if he was smoking crack.
The duo bantered about this in the most recent ForePlay podcast. Rapaport revealed he got a message saying: "What the F are you doing?!"
Finnis asked Rapaport:
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