Bob MacIntyre fumes at Canadian Open drone as Scots golf star warns 'I'm gonna go mental'

Scots golf star Bob MacIntyre has warned a drone at the Canadian Open to stay out of his way before he goes "mental."

The Oban golf hero is leading the tournament by three shots in the final round at the Hamilton Golf and Country Club. If he can maintain that for the next nine holes, he'll finish top of the pile and claim his maiden PGA Tour win, with his dad on the bag as his caddie. It's looking good for the European Ryder Cup star at 16 under, but the TV drones are doing their best to annoy him.

MacIntyre backed off from a shot as one buzzed over his head. It's not the first time the flying cameras have caused problems on the course, and Macintyre is getting fed up. In true Scottish fashion, he was picked up by standard course level cameras saying: "I'm gonna give him one last chance before I go mental at him."

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