John Rahm had f-bombs for everyone at the British Open.
The Ram was going over the cut line in the last major season, going into Friday at 3-over, but was able to shoot a 1-under 70 in the second round to finish at 2-over, inside the 3-over cut line.
Ram, 28, explained his aggravation with television cameras and microphone kits to reporters after his tour.
The main protagonist said twice: “I try to walk, and there are so many people in my path, I can’t go forward at my pace because they get in the way.”
“very simple. Then I’ll go out on the 18th and try to deal with the unlucky moment on the 18th and somebody’s got a boom mic up my ass to keep up with Rory [McIlroy]At a fast pace, and I can’t go at my own pace. They kind of ignored my presence, that’s all.”
According to Golfweek, it was the third in a row that Ram had problems with the TV crew, and he let them hear about it “in a bombshell rant.”
This wasn’t the only situation in which Ram appeared to be upset during Friday’s second round.
On the 10th hole on Friday, Ram’s frustration boiled over when he missed a par putt as a hot mic picked up an audible f-bomb.
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Ram, who is married to Kelly Cahill, won the Masters earlier this year and was also the 2021 US Open champion.
American Brian Harman leads the British Open, after hitting a six under par on Friday to finish the first two rounds 10 below par.