Golfer calls Vijay Singh a ‘true piece of trash’ for entering developmental event

Golf is about to return to the U.S. after a pandemic-caused break with a red-hot feud between Brady Schnell and Vijay Singh.

Singh, a PGA Tour veteran, is set to enter the Korn Ferry Challenge at TPC Sawgrass, which is generally meant for lower-tier players scrapping for cash and a chance at a bigger stage. The 35-year-old Schnell, who has bounced between pro levels, took exception to Singh’s imminent presence in the competition.

Schnell felt Singh was unfairly taking the spotlight and potential earnings from others. He made his voice heard Thursday via social media.

“Hey @VijaySinghGolf you are a true piece of trash if you except money playing in a Korn Ferry Tour event and I’ll say it right to your face,” wrote Schnell on Twitter.

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Schnell continued to take issue with Singh in back-and-forths with people in his replies.

“He’s a complete turd for playing,” Schnell wrote. “He’s got his money and he’s got his career. Just wait another month and roll with your senior friends (on the Champions Tour).”

Schnell eventually apologized for the tone of his messages but maintained he was frustrated at Singh, 57, who has earned more than $70 million in his golf career.

Singh has not responded to Schnell’s comments.

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