LIV Golf's Bryson DeChambeau may have enjoyed a successful week at the US PGA Championship but he had to deal with plenty of controversial comments from those outside the ropes at Oak Hill.
According to multiple social media posts from the second major of the season, DeChambeau is said to have received a barrage of abuse from a number of beer-fuelled fans in New York... and now video footage has surfaced to show just how bad.
A spectator standing right in front of DeChambeau then says: "Laying up doesn't make you a p***y."
DeChambeau takes a second to contemplate such a comment, and then fires back with: "Shut the f*** up."
He then continues to shake his head.
Greg Bodine, who is now DeChambeau's new caddie, then tells the crowd "quiet please."
WATCH THE CLIP HERE (turn sound on):
Here's how Bryson played the shot:
Bryson’s shot♬ original sound - Christopher O'Loughl
DeChambeau received plenty of chirps from the gallery at Oak Hill, seemingly as a result of his involvement with LIV Golf.
But after the tournament, DeChambeau admitted he wasn't too bothered by it:
DeChambeau vaulted to 90th from 214th in the world as a result of his impressive T4 at the US PGA Championship last week.
LIV Golf's Brooks Koepka landed his third US PGA title and fifth career major.
BK now moves to 13th from 44th.
DeChambeau and Koepka are now back competing on LIV Golf this week.