Colin Montgomerie was again savaged on social media on Thursday after he criticised Tiger Woods's perfectly acceptable first round at the PGA Championships, saying the world number one "lacked the belief to win".
Indeed, Monty could even be found passing on some advice to his fellow Brit Lee Westwood, who continues in his quest for a first Major title at the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill.
"When he finally walks through that, he'll walk through it..." muttered Montgomerie as Sky Sports' expert pundit during the first round of the golf season's final Major near New York.
While Monty's advice for his fellow Brit was baffling, his criticism of Woods continues to be noticeable because he it is so biting, and it clearly upset many viewers yet again.
At last year's US PGA Championship, Montgomerie - who has never won a Major title despite a series of second places - infamously decried Woods's behaviour as "childish" when he cut his leg playing a shot out of some rough.
Monty continued his criticism of Woods on Thursday when he berated the world number one after he produced a round of 71.
"It's belief," Monty explained, when discussing Woods's recent drought in Majors.
"He doesn't fully believe that he is going to win, and you have got to."
Woods has won 14 Majors - second behind Jack Nicklaus's record haul of 18 - but Montgomerie is of a mind Woods has lost the belief to win any more Majors.
A number of golf fans again used Twitter to let Montgomerie what they thought about his comments, with others highlighting that the world number one has been the outstanding player on the PGA Tour this year.
Colin Montgomerie "it's very easy to say I've won a major this year, forget it, whatever" is it Colin? What year were you able to say that? — Sam Rearden (@samCFCrearden) August 8, 2013
Colin Montgomerie on why Tiger Woods hasn't won major since 08: 'It's belief. He doesn't fully believe he's going to win and you've got to.' — Nick Metcalfe (@Nick_Metcalfe) August 8, 2013