Well, that's certainly no way to treat your caddie.

Professional golfer and apparent contemptible human person Jason Dufner felt the sting of the social media whip after his recent actions at something called the RBC Heritage.

Dufner didn't drown any kittens or anything, but his bag man still should've retaliated.

That would've been a baller move.

Dufner was obviously frustrated.

If you wanna know why, just click on over to The Daily Player for the rest of the story.

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