Sky Sports forced to apologise after Jon Rahm's X-rated blast is picked up on live TV during Ryder Cup | The Sun
SKY SPORTS were forced to apologise after Jon Rahm's latest swear-word slip-up.
Rahm was teeing off on hole 10 but hit his drive into the rough.
The Spaniard threw away his tee peg in frustration and was then caught saying the f-word off camera.
Sky Sports commentator Ewen Murray was forced to apologise for the strong language.
Murray said: "He was disgusted with that tee shot.
"Apologies for the word that came out there. He's just a little frustrated by it that's all."
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It's not the first time that Rahm has got into trouble for his language on the course.
At July's Open tournament, he was picked up on a hot mic saying the f-word after missing a putt on the 10th hole.
It's been a fine day for Rahm and Team Europe though generally.
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This year’s cup – the 44th edition – sees Europe hosting the USA at the Marco Simeone Golf and Country Club in Rome, Italy.
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The US are the current trophy holders after a convincing 19-9 victory at the Whistling Straits two years ago.
Team Europe is captained by Luke Donald and features the likes of Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Rahm.
Meanwhile, the American team is headed up by Zach Johnson and features the likes of Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler.
The course is a par 72, with SunSport taking a hole-by-hole look at the stunning course.
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