Jon Rahm has been open about his battle to control his frustrations. But on Friday at the PGA Championship, his emotions may have got the better of him.
Rahm was just short of the 14th green at Harding Park during his second round. As his chip was airborne, a photographer can be seen moving in Rahm’s line of vision. Rahm made an exasperated motion and stared at the photographer, while his caddie Adam Hayes chided the photographer.
“Guys, you’ve got to stand still out here,” Hayes said. “There’s not enough people out here. You can’t be walking all over the place.”
Rahm failed to convert the putt for par. After tapping in, Rahm walked off the green and blocked a cameraman. The video can be seen below (excuse the language in the tweet):
Jon Rahm is up there with Bryson for most unlikable golfers. What a cry baby that dude is and then standing right infront of the camera shot 😂😂😂😂 what a little pissant. #PGAChamp #PGAChampionship pic.twitter.com/nUaviGAc8I
— Brett Graham (@BKG_92) August 7, 2020
Rahm did not speak to reporters after the round. He finished with a one-under 69 on Friday and is one under for the tournament.