Billy Horschel apologizes after a video shows up showing his frustration at Masters

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Billy Horschel apologizes when a video emerges showing him taking his frustration out of the final round of The Masters by hitting his club repeatedly in his golf bag to score 76.

  • Billy Horschel has apologized after a video appeared in which he lost his temper
  • Horschel saw his frustration come out on his club in the final round of the Masters
  • The American apologized to the club, along with their members and patrons

Billy Horschel has apologized after a video emerged showing he lost his temper during the final round of the Masters.

Horschel watched as he took out his frustration on his club and knocked it repeatedly into his golf bag in a video that went viral on social media platforms.

The American golfer, who recently won the WGC Match Play and finished the T50th in Augusta, apologized to the club along with their members and customers.

Billy Horschel has apologized after a video emerged showing him losing his temper at Masters

Billy Horschel has apologized after a video emerged showing him losing his temper at Masters

Horschel was seen to exert his frustration at his club

Horschel was seen to exert his frustration at his club

The American hit him repeatedly in his golf bag

The American hit him repeatedly in his golf bag

Horschel took out his frustration in a video that has gone viral on social media platforms

“I am and always have been a fiery competitor,” the 34-year-old explained on his Twitter account.

Unfortunately, sometimes the fire in me gets hot if I don’t get the most out of my game.

“This leads to some instances where my behavior is not what I want to show, especially as a role model for the younger generation,” Horschel said in a statement on social media.

“I apologize to Augusta National, members of the club and customers for any behavior that may have gone beyond the line.

‘I always try to improve and do better; as a golfer, husband, father or as a person. Thanks @TheMasters for an unforgettable week! ‘

The world’s number 18 finished at +8 in the competition after a closing 76, as Hideki Matsuyama claimed his first major title at the Masters.

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