Tyrrell Hatton ripped into Oak Hill on day two at the US PGA by blasting the par-3 3rd as a "f***ing s*** hole".
Hatton, 31, went long by a few yards into the deep rough on the tough 201-yard hole.
Cue golf's hot-mic king:
Hatton just went long on the par-3 3rd and fired off a, ahem, "F------ s--- hole" response. Pretty tame for him actually.— Josh Berhow (@Josh_Berhow) May 19, 2023
"Hatton has ripped the golf course," tweeted Golf Digest's Joel Beall.
"The PGA Championship is officially underway."
To Hatton's credit, he chipped his ball up to six feet and buried the par save.
Jon Rahm followed Hatton in with an F-bomb on the par-3 11th.
Hatton has ripped the golf course. The PGA Championship is officially underway https://t.co/xT7QgOrow3— Joel Beall (@JoelMBeall) May 19, 2023
That wasn't the only shank of the day as Michael Block, who has quickly become a fan favourite this week, had one on the 5th.
Hatton went on to shoot a very respectable round of 68 to pull him back to 5-over par.
That has just about kept him in with an outside chance of winning his first major championship, albeit he will be well off the pace heading into the weekend.
Hatton has been playing some steady golf of late on the PGA Tour.
He picked up his best finish of the season so far with a tie for third at the Wells Fargo Championship earlier this month.
Hatton was not completely happy with his performance though as he claimed to feel like he was going to "snap hook" all of his tee shots.