What a nightmare weekend it was for Danny Willett at his maiden Ryder Cup at Hazeltine.
The Masters champion was thought to be one of Europe's big guns entering into the clash with USA, but the rookie lost all three of his matches while attracting the ire of the American fans following a column written by his brother in the build-up.
Pete Willett wrote a scathing piece slagging off the US supporters in a magazine last week, which wasn't taken too kindly by the patrons at Hazeltine.
Willett was constantly jeered on the course, and when asked in the post-Ryder Cup press conference about his experience, he was blunt in giving a hilarious response.
"S**t," Willett answered when asked a long question by a reporter about how he would rate his first Ryder Cup.
"Would you like me to elaborate? Really s**t."
Willett was one of many European golfers who misfired as USA routed Darren Clarke's men 17-10 to win back the Ryder Cup for the first time since 2010.
It is galling for Darren Clarke to leave Hazeltine with a worse result than that achieved by Sir Nick Faldo, a figure broadly regarded as the most inept European captain in living memory. 17-11: this is a greater thrashing than at Valhalla, where Faldo could not even say his own players’ names correctly.