No one has ever been more upset about a weather delay than this PGA Tour winner

There is nothing more frustrating than stopping a round of golf in bad weather. And if you play as well as Tyrrell Hatton, it must be worse. Check that out, it's definitely worse. And Hatton made sure everyone knew that on Sunday.
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The expressive British star was in excellent shape to score the most bizarre victories in the history of the PGA Tour when storms hit the Hilton Head area. Hatton won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March and remained the youngest PGA Tour winner for more than 13 weeks until Daniel Berger won at Colonial when the season resumed. But now Hatton was playing again and took the lead in the last round in Harbor Town when the horn sounded. Let's just say he was NOT happy:
Man, he took it so hard. Was he really worried about spending an extra day at Hilton Head? It looks beautiful this time of year!
Strangely enough, on a day that Hatton complained of poor putting, he actually did this birdie attempt after waiting almost three hours:
And after Hatton finished two shots behind winner Webb Simpson in third place, he changed his mind about stopping the action.
"I actually think it helped," Hatton told reporters afterwards. "I didn't feel very comfortable with my swing after yesterday's lap, as I said, but when I returned to the area for some reason after the delay, my swing felt good and it showed how I started "Yes, just a case where putts are not holed today."
So remember the next time your round is interrupted and think positive! Weather delays can be a good thing! No Whatever. Can't do it. You still suck.
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