Tyrrell Hatton gives perfect response to question about Jon Rahm’s swearing at Ryder Cup

by Joanne Miller

Tyrrell Hatton has once again shown why he’s everyone’s favorite angry golfer, delivering an entertaining and amusing press conference ahead of the Ryder Cup. As Europe prepares to take on the USA at Marco Simone in Rome, Hatton is expected to be a key player for the team.

One of the main topics discussed during the press conference was Hatton’s reputation for swearing on the golf course. With Jon Rahm also known for his fiery temperament, many speculated on whether the two would make a great pairing. Hatton couldn’t help but comment on Rahm’s choice of language, questioning why he swears in English instead of his native Spanish. Hatton humorously suggested that Rahm might get away with it if he just swore in Spanish, as the English language has a certain punch to it with certain words.

Hatton, being the expert in this matter, demonstrated his skills in swearing, emphasizing the correct tone, timing, and gestures. When asked if he could master the art of cursing in Spanish, he admitted it would likely be a poor attempt and didn’t want to embarrass himself or upset Rahm. However, he confidently claimed that he would win in a swear-off, asserting that he’s got everyone covered in that department.

The conversation took an entertaining turn as reporters pressed Hatton further on his extensive repertoire of swearing. Hatton assured them that he doesn’t hold back, no matter the time of day or circumstance. He humorously exclaimed, “Doesn’t matter what we’re doing, I’m swearing. F*** off.” This exchange only solidified Hatton’s reputation as the golf world’s favorite angry golfer.

As the 2023 Ryder Cup tees off in Rome this Friday, golf fans can look forward to the exciting and fiery play from Hatton and his European team. Whether it’s his impressive golf skills or his entertaining press conferences, Hatton never fails to make headlines and keep fans entertained.

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