Sky Sports apologised after Shane Lowry dropped an f-bomb following a tee shot during the opening round of the PGA Championship.
The Offaly man was clearly not happy with his opening shot on the 14th at Southern Hills and it was clear to hear exactly how he felt.
The on course microphones picked up Lowry saying “Oh my f***ing God” following the tee shot.
But the 35-year-old went on to par the hole so the shot didn’t hamper him too much.
Lowry finished his round one over par and is six shots behind the leader and fellow Irishman Rory McIlroy going into day two.
McIlroy carded seven birdies and two bogeys in an opening 65 to record his lowest round in a major since the 2011 US Open.
But the Hollywood native vowed not to get ahead of himself as he headed into the second round of the tournament in pole position.
He said: “It was a great start to the tournament.
“I’ve been playing well coming in here. I’ve been carrying some good form. Obviously I took a lot from that last round at Augusta (64), played well at the Wells Fargo there and played good in the practice rounds earlier this week.
“I think when your game is feeling like that, it’s just a matter of going out there and really sticking to your game plan, executing as well as you possibly can, and just sort of staying in your own little world.
“I did that really well today. It was nice to get off to that good start and sorta keep it going.
“I feel like this course, it lets you be pretty aggressive off the tee if you want to be, so I hit quite a lot of drivers out there and took advantage of my length and finished that off with some nice iron play and some nice putting.
“It is a great start but I’m not getting ahead of myself. I did pretty much everything you need to do out there and I’m going to have to keep doing the same the next three days.”
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