Star golfer Billy Horschel was gotten on TV tossing a club at his caddie and has now turned out to apologize on Twitter.
Horschel was playing in the second round of The Players Title at the TPC Sawgrass course in Florida Friday and was wanting to qualify.
He battled with the thirteenth gap lastly made it on a troublesome shot.
However, when it arrived in the glass, Horschel tossed his club, seeming furious for the past chaos ups, and the club seemed to hit his caddie, Josh Cassell,Â standing close-by.
The furious upheaval was found on camera, making Horschel account for himself on Twitter Saturday.
‘I’ve been getting a considerable measure of flack on Twitter the most recent 24 hours or so about a specific circumstance that occurred on the course yesterday,’ he said in a video presented on the web-based social networking website.
He at that point gave a full clarification of his amusement, how he did on the course and the inconvenience he was having on the thirteenth opening.
‘I was simply kind of laughing to myself, chuckling the entire time, similar to you got the opportunity to be joking me. Golf divine beings take it and they give it in the meantime.
‘So I hurled my club at my pack. Clearly I didn’t think I hurled it that hard. I’ve seen the video. It was harder than I needed it, however it was not at my caddie Josh. He realizes that. We’ve had a discussion. He really connected with me to discuss it, to state he was cool with everything.’
Horschel presented the video on Twitter with the subtitle: ‘Dispelling any confusion air. Accept the only choice available. #truth.’
‘It looked awful,’ he included. ‘Clearly that is the way it looks, however I was giggling and saying are you joking me, write bargain.
‘In this way, you know, you all give me all the flack you need, that is fine, I take it all the time no major ordeal. A debt of gratitude is in order for all the genuine supporters out there. Keep the tweets coming. I adore all of you. See all of you one week from now in Dallas. Much thanks to you.’
Horschel, an inhabitant of Jacksonvill, Florida, did not make the cut for The Players Title after Friday’s diversion. He missed it by five shots, as indicated by the Golf Channel.