Social media is a wonderful thing, but can also be used to disparage and torment - and it looks like even rugby internationals can become victims of trolling.
When Luke Fitzgerald duffed a shot in front of Rory McIlroy yesterday, his teammates couldn’t contain their delight, falling about the place as they laughed at him.
When Irish Rugby put the clip online, everyone could join in having a good laugh at Lukey’s expense.
But it didn’t end there.
First major champion McIlroy tweeted a pic taking the mick out of the winger’s efforts at golf.
Then teammate Ian Madigan covertly recorded Fitzgerald talking about the duffed shot, and put the clip on Instagram.
He captioned it: “@lukefitzgerald getting the practice in after a great lesson with@rorymcilroy”.
Even former player Brian O’Driscoll joined in with the fun.
That shaft clearly couldn't deal with his club head speed!!!!! Funniest video I've seen in a loooong time. https://t.co/jBItPkNmKA— Brian O'Driscoll (@BrianODriscoll) October 12, 2015
With friends like these who needs enemies, eh Luke?
Although considering Madigan’s outfit for yesterday’s golf lesson, we reckon he should think long and hard before slagging anyone else.