For a pro golfer, nothing can be more frustrating than playing bad golf. Your entire world is predicated on getting the ball in the hole, and when you can't do that on a golf course you've dominated in the past, your attitude can quickly go south.
Tiger Woods found himself in that situation on Saturday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. After opening with a 2-under 68 on Thursday, Woods sputtered a bit on Friday to the tune of a 1-over 71 while others were going extremely low, and things didn't get much better on Saturday.
Woods made an early birdie on the fifth but followed that up with a double-bogey on No. 6 where his chili was running very, very hot. Woods chopped his second shot out of the deep rough on the sixth, and as he started walking, a cameraman got a little too close for comfort to the most famous golfer in the world.
Tiger snapped at the cameraman, dropping an expletive that you can hear below.
A disclaimer: It isn't the nicest of curse words, so if you're offended by such things, maybe skip this video.
People might get on Tiger's case for stuff like this, and he shouldn't use language like this if a camera is around, but when your round is going south and someone is right in your face filming it, I'm sure it gets extremely frustrating, so I understand why Woods might get annoyed by this.