Joel Dahmen took to Twitter in protest after the Quicken Loans National when officials refused to entertain his assertion that playing partner Sung Kang cheated on the 10th hole.

So sure was Dahmen that Kang had wilfully taken a drop from the wrong place after hitting into a hazard on the par-5 10th he refused to play on until officials were called.

The whole situation resulted in play being held up 25 minutes and the group behind being called through.

Kang went on to record a par five at the hole and then rallied to finish in solo third on 12 under beating Tiger Woods by a shot.

Dahmen only had twitter left to turn to.

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