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Grayson Murray hit the headlines on Sunday the US Open – but not for the right reasons.

The controversial American was caught on camera launching his putter into the rough, before snapping a wedge over his knee three holes later.

He was criticised for his behaviour on social media, with many fans calling for him to be disqualified.

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But afterwards, Murray took to his own Twitter account – and doubled down.

Alongside a video of him snapping his club, he wrote: “Will never apologize for wearing my emotions on my sleeve. US Opens are brutal. If this offends you it’s your problem.”

Murray endured a torrid weekend at the Country Club, finishing second-last of the players who made the cut.

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A 76 on Saturday was followed by an 80 on Sunday, meaning he finished 18-over for the week.

But he still took home more than $36,000 in prize money.

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