Found December 04, 2012 on Backyard Sports Blog:
PLAYERS: Graeme McDowell
Yelling "mashed potatoes!" after a golfer hits a shot is basically a known tradition at this point.  Graeme McDowell didn't get the memo I guess.  Graeme won the World Challenge at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif., on Sunday, and gave us a great laugh on the 16th hole when a fan yelled mashed potatoes at him.  Graeme didn't like it and looked at the fan after the shot and gave him the wanker symbol. As you can see above Mr. McDowell didn't want to be mistaken for Happy Gilmore next time so he went to twitter with an apology.  Check out the video below. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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