Former world No.1 Brooks Koepka was involved in an altercation with a fan at last week’s WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
Video has emerged of the incident involving the four-time major winner, which according to TMZ was recorded after his victory over Jon Rahm.
In a 13-second clip recorded by the fan, he walks towards Koepka, who can be seen sitting in a buggy with his wife Jena Sims, before putting the camera in his face.
The 31-year-old then grabs the fan’s phone and says: "Get it out of my face, man! Get it out of my face!"
According to reports, the phone was returned by Koepka’s manager a short time later.
Watch the incident below...
It wasn’t the only incident involving Koepka at Austin Country Club last week.
He told a group of autograph hunters he had to “go to work” in a bid to stop them pestering him at the driving range.
The Florida native then appeared to make reference to the film Tin Cup, adding: "I got to work. I don't come to your job asking for your s***, do I? I don't think so!"
Koepka is in the field for next week’s Masters and is at odds of around 16/1 to win his first green jacket.