Jon Rahm fired a spectacular F-bomb in the direction of the PGA of America after being unhappy with the outcome of his tee shot on the par-3 11th on day two of the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill.
Battling to make the cut in the second major of the season, Rahm's frustrations got the better of him as he watched his tee shot bound through the green and trickle into the first cut of rough on the tough 248-yard hole.
Hot-mic king Rahm shouted: "Great hole, PGA. Great f—king hole."
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“Great hole, PGA. Great f—king hole.” pic.twitter.com/EMo2ZqWnmi
Rahm would still go on to make a par.
"He's getting a little ratty now," said Sky Sports Golf's Nick Dougherty, who then issued an apology to viewers.
Rahm would roll in three birdies in a row thereafter but he would hit an erratic tee shot down the 16th and that would lead to yet another F-bomb.
Dougherty once again had to apologise to Sky viewers.
Rahm would narrowly play his way into the weekend but he is well off the pace that is currently being set by Scottie Scheffler and Corey Conners.
That was after the Ulsterman came up short of the green with his tee shot on the drivable par-4 14th.
McIlroy would still go on to make a birdie as he looks to haul himself back into contention for a third US PGA title.