‘It’s truly appalling’: Matt Fitzpatrick had some strong words regarding the pace of play issue on the PGA Tour

Since the final round of the Masters, pace of play has been a heavily debated topic on the PGA Tour.

Brooks Koepka came after Patrick Cantlay for his tepid pace during the final round at Augusta National. Golf Twitter continued its needling of Cantlay when the Tour posted a video of his hole-in-one at the RBC Heritage and most replies and quote tweets were targeted at his pace of play. Then on Tuesday, a video surfaced of fans timing how long it look the fourth-ranked player in the Official World Golf Ranking to hit a shot.

Now, one of Cantlay’s playing partners during the final round at Harbour Town Golf Links has addressed the pace of play problem in golf.

Matt Fitzpatrick, the eventually winner over Jordan Spieth in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, spoke with Sky Sports and said pace of play on Tour is “truly appalling. No one’s going to do anything about it.”

Watch the full clip below.

“It’s truly appalling. No one’s going to do anything about it.”

Matt Fitzpatrick thinks slow play is getting out of hand on the PGA Tour pic.twitter.com/ZmlADRaT5U

— Sky Sports Golf (@SkySportsGolf) April 19, 2023

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