Golf fans joked Jon Rahm 'tried to fix this' after cameras caught one PGA Tour pro relieving himself as Keegan Bradley lined up a putt during the Sony Open.
The moment occurred during the opening round at Waialae Country Club.
Sure, sometimes you just have to go, but it's important to remember the cameras are always rolling.
Unfortunately we don't know the name of the player in question, but he was wearing a pink shirt and dark coloured trousers.
After a little bit of sleuthing, it looks like the guilty party could be England's Davin Skinns:
Take a look at the moment here:
Feels like a golfer in the background needed some relief. pic.twitter.com/Stzwrae09F— Andy Nesbitt (@anezbitt) January 12, 2024
Golf Twitter X jumped on the moment.
"Rahm tried to fix this," one wrote in reference to the Spaniard's famous rant about the lack of on-site toilets for competitors during PGA Tour events.
"He could've gone number two in the time it took Keegan to hit this putt," another joked.
Rahm joked his priorities were 'a lot different' to others on the Tour and implored officials to oblige his very simple request.
He said: "I know this is going to sound very stupid, but as simple as having a freaking Port-a-Potty on every hole -- I know it sounds crazy, but I can't choose when I have to go to the bathroom. I've told the Tour this many times, as simple as that."
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