Max Homa calls out major championship troll the only way he knows how

Max Homa is the social media gift that keeps on giving.

The best follow in golf was back at it on Monday, but not for his classic swing video roasts. Homa, a six-time winner on the PGA Tour who has self-admittedly struggled in the major championships, called out an internet troll from his wife Lacey’s TikTok page for blaming her and his son, Cam, for his major woes.

“That kid and wife are keeping from majors. I’d tell them everyday you’re giving up green jackets for them. Just so they know!” the commenter wrote.

Well, Homa wasn’t having any of that and called out the troll the only way he knew how: with self-deprecating humor.

Classic Max. Just for fun, though, let’s take a look at the stats.

Homa was married in November of 2019 and Lacey gave birth to their son in November of 2022. He made 11 major starts in his pre-child major era and missed the cut seven times. When Homa did make the cut, he finished T-40 (2021 Open), T-48 (2022 Masters), T-13 (2022 PGA) and T-47 (2022 U.S. Open).

In four major starts in 2023 since Cam’s birth, Max has missed just one cut at the U.S. Open and finished T-43 at the Masters, T-55 at the PGA and logged his best major finish with a T-10 at the Open.

Homa will get his next shot at major glory at the 2024 Masters, April 11-14.

Story originally appeared on GolfWeek