In case you missed it earlier this week, Web.com Tour player Tom Gillis -- who has spent time on the PGA Tour in the past -- sent out a tweet Thursday that got a lot of attention.
And it probably wasn't the kind of attention the Web.com Tour was looking for from one of its players.
Gillis, competing in this week's Air Capital Classic presented by Aetna in Wichita, Kansas, sent this out on Thursday:
He followed that tweet with this one:
Naturally, the membership at Crestview Country Club -- the host site -- weren't happy about what Gillis had to say.
Neither was Web.com Tour official Tom Hearn.
As reported by Golf News Net, Hearn said that while the PGA Tour does not discuss disciplinary measures for its players, the Tour would be following up.
"I would like to say that hopefully the Crestview membership knows from the bottom of our hearts that is absolutely not the representation of the rest of the players and staff," Hearn said in the Golf News Net report. "When we come here, we are treated tremendously, and it’s a very unfortunate comment."
As you might expect, fans attending the Air Capital Classic let Gillis know how they felt about what he had to say on social media. It turned into a scene right out of "Happy Gilmore."
Fellow Tour player D.J. Brigman captured this video of what greeted Gillis as he played the 17th hole on Saturday:
To his credit, Gillis could appreciate where the fans were coming from and sent out this tweet Saturday night: