Perhaps there might be a bit of trouble in paradise for Scottie Scheffler, as footage has emerged of the former world number one involved in a heated debate with his coach at The Masters.
Scheffler was the reigning champion heading into the first major of the calendar year and despite posting a top-10 finish, the 26-year-old cut a frustrated figure over the week.
His first round of 68 could have conceivably been much, much lower but the putts just didn't seem to drop.
Taking a look at Scheffler's stats over the course of the week and it really was the greens where Scheffler struggled the most.
Scheffler's approach game was solid, having hit 55/72 greens and off the tee he managed to find 41/56 fairways.
But putting? It was uncharacteristic for Scheffler, particularly over the first two days' play.
Reed averaged 1.51 putts per green in regulation whereas Scheffler averaged 1.76.
Scheffler was filmed getting a little bit short with his coach Randy Smith on the practice putting green at the 87th Masters, won by Jon Rahm.
Smith has been part of his team for a while now and forms an integral part of his support network along with his wife Meredith Scudder and caddie Ted Scott.
Watch the moment here:
Scheffler hasn't addressed this moment yet. He's in the field for the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town, looking to win his seventh PGA Tour title.
Reflecting on his Masters, Scheffler told the media: