Fans Will Rarely Hear Tyrrell Hatton’s Curse On The Golf Course: Here’s Why

Tyrrell Hatton has a long associated history of outbursts on the course. The four-time Rolex Series event winner is seen using offensive language on the course after landing a bad shot. However, WGC Dell Match Play broadcasters have found an effective way to deal with Hatton’s outbursts.

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Brodcasters put Tyrell Hatton on mute

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Golf can get frustrating at times when the ball doesn’t go the way you want it to. Professionals often find themselves in agony after hitting a bad shot or missing a putt on the wrong line. This is the case of Tyrrell, and it happened again at the WGC Dell Match Play 2022 in his match against the American professional, Daniel Berger.

Hatton missed a putt for a birdie and to win the hole on the ninth hole of his match. And swore at the ball as his putt disconnected, and he missed the putt on the right side of the hole. However, this time the broadcasters had just the solution to cover Tyrrell’s outburst.

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ESPN broadcasters proactively cut the mic when the British professionals missed the 13-foot putt. He missed the putt on the ninth hole and was seen furious with himself for missing it. However, ESPN covered him and muted the mics when he appeared angry with himself and tried to read the line of the ball again. He seemed to be saying something, but because the mics were muted, viewers couldn’t hear him.

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It might be the best way to cover his outburst on the course, but muting it saves announcers from apologizing for his comments. It was funny to watch him muted. However, in the end, Hatton got some breathing room as he won his game against Beger. Tyrrell won the match with a 2 lead over Daniel and won all three of his matches in Group 13.

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This isn’t the only time Tyrrell has suffered a similar outbreak. Back in 2021 at Royal St George’s he had a similar burst and broke his club in two during the Open Championship. Additionally, the professional had a disappointing double bogey on the 11th hole and expressed his frustration saying: “Absolute fucking bullshit.

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