Joel Dahmen tweets mid-round response to fantasy golf troll
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Joel Dahmen tweets mid-round response to fantasy golf troll

Pro golfers on Twitter hear it all the time from fantasy golf and daily fantasy golf players who are peeved when the players they pick aren't lighting up the leaderboard.

Well, PGA Tour pro Joel Dahmen had just about enough of one particularly lame troll during Sunday's final round of the 2019 Valero Texas Open in San Antonio. Yeah, during the final round.

User Charles Marvel complained particularly about Dahmen's par-5 performance throughout the week, saying Dahmen was "specializing" in making bogeys on the long holes at TPC San Antonio's AT&T Oaks Course. So, Dahmen, who went out in the first group off the 10th tee on Sunday with Scott Stallings and Ben An decided to respond while he was playing out the round after a multi-hour weather delay.

Absolutely love Dahmen responding mid-round to someone complaining about his play. Here's a pro tip for bettors and fantasy players: The pros do not care at all about your tickets or your wagers or your lineups. At all. And they shouldn't.

Dahmen finished T-69 at the Valero Texas Open, finishing tied for last among the 70 players able to finish the final round after a secondary cut through three rounds. It's his fourth cash in a row after missing four-consecutive cuts.

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