USGA apologise after US Open fans caught talking about violent sex on camera

The US Golf Association have been forced to apologise after footage of the US Open included two men talking about violent sex.

The clip, which was shown live on Fox Sports in the United States last Friday, featured Patrick Reed taking his second shot on the par four first hole.

But audio was picked up by a microphone close to where Reed was taking his shot which included the conversation of two men in the crowd.

Talking quietly, the men appeared to be talking about a former partner.

“That’s my ex,” one man said.

“Yeah, she’s hot,” another replied.

But then things took a turn when the first man added: “That’s when I… I was f****** her so hard and I headbutted her in the head and I smacked that b****.

"We went and kinda got in the [unknown word] position and she sat up.”

USGA spokeswoman Janeen Driscoll issued an apology following the clip.

“We deeply regret the inappropriate language and sentiment expressed by a few fans that was unfortunately picked up by a microphone on the course during today’s broadcast.

“We are working closely with our partners at Fox Sports to address this issue.”

American Brooks Koepka won the US Open on Sunday, becoming the first man to successfully defend the title since Curtis Strange in 1989.

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