Grayson Murray was seen launching his putter over the back of the green after making a quadruple-bogey eight on the 7th before then snapping an iron over his knee on the 10th in the final round of the US Open at Brookline.
Let's discuss the putter throw at 7 first.
Of course making an eight is always going to be frustrating but given Murray was already well down the leaderboard at the time, the reaction seemed a little strange.
Murray tapped his ball away and then trudged off the green to hurl his putter with venom to the shock of the gallery and those in the commentary box.
"Enjoy the fine, Grayson," said Sky Sports Golf's Nick Dougherty.
After playing the 7th, Murray found himself at 4-over par for the round and he then went on to triple the 9th to go out in 7-over par.
WATCH MURRAY LAUNCH HIS PUTTER HERE
Grayson Murray with a quadruple bogey & a relatable reaction pic.twitter.com/QoMeHH16R2— Sports in Five (@sportsinfive) June 19, 2022
Here's how others reacted on social media:
@GraysonMurray I'm totally with you in your anti-slow play campaign, but that axe-throw is totally out of order. Absolutely disgraceful @usopengolf #USOpen2022 #usopengolf #USOpen #Axeman— Doogid (@DoogidGolf) June 19, 2022
Grayson Murray #USOpen pic.twitter.com/zIeS7hZSqT— (@paulmc03) June 19, 2022
If I was the director of @SkySportsGolf I’d have the camera on @GraysonMurray, marvellous entertainment.— The Cocktail King (@PinaColada765) June 19, 2022
Never mind the fine for Grayson Murray, that should be an instant DQ ... #USOpen— VoiceOfTheMysterons (@Mysteron_Voice) June 19, 2022
Now let's discuss the iron snap on 10.
Murray found the middle of the fairway at the par-4 hole measuring 504 yards.
But he then sent a mid-iron left of the green into the rough.
Digusted by the shot, he walked over to his bag and snapped the iron over his knee.
WATCH MURRAY'S IRON SNAP
Grayson Murray is going to be playing with three clubs by the time he hits the 18th pic.twitter.com/zvz33nQQis— PointsBet Sportsbook (@PointsBetUSA) June 19, 2022
He then duffed his chip shot in front of him before chipping down to four feet for bogey.
The World No.544 then went on to bogey the 11th and 13th to fall to 10-over par for the round and to second last of those that made the cut on 18-over par.
Murray opened the week with a 75 but recovered to make the cut mark with a brilliant 67 on Friday.
He would however fall back into the pack with a 76 in the third round, and he ended up carding an 80 on Sunday.
Murray has had an ongoing rift with Kevin Na, which you can learn more about in the link below.
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