It is the week of the Sentry Tournament of Champions, and players seem to be as excited as the fans. Ahead of the event in Kapalua, an old video of Patrick Cantlay at the event resurfaced. Though the video comprised regular shots from the 30-year-old, it was his words heard through the mic that raised controversy.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adThe 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions is set to commence on January 5th. The field is set with the top 39 players of the PGA Tour set to take part. Though Cantlay was surrounded by rumors of joining LIV Golf, he will continue his journey on the PGA Tour.Ahead of his participation this week, a controversial video from the 2020 Sentry Tournament of Champions has resurfaced. Let’s take a look at what World Number four had to say.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adThe mic fail of Patrick CantlayDuring the 17th tee at Kapalua Plantation Course, Cantlay seemed to have fallen in love with the Hawaiian weather. “I’ve been waiting for this weather for 40 years”, he said to his caddie Adam Hayes and fellow round partner Jon Rahm.As it’s Kapalua week, here’s another throwback to this beauty of a hot mic from Cantlay: “These pampered f-ks need to play”. “2 more holes then we can get a Mai Tai.” pic.twitter.com/SQKoofMluN— Flushing It (@flushingitgolf) January 3, 2023However, later the golfer shared some explicit words, ignoring the fact that he was mic’d up. “These pampered f***s need to play”, said Patrick Cantlay, though it is still unclear who he was referring to. The 30-year-old then disclosed his plans after the 18th hole as he told his caddie, “Two more holes then we can get a Mai Tai”.Read More: VIDEO: When Bryson DeChambeau Confronted Patrick Cantlay for Violating a Golf Course EtiquetteMai Tai is a popular cocktail in Kapalua. Hayes joked with the golfer by saying, “I’ll get my Mai Tai; you can get your water”. However, Cantlay didn’t approve of this plan as he replied, “Don’t spoil it for me”. The three-year-old video resurfaced through the Flushing It account on Twitter.Jan 20, 2022; La Quinta, California, USA; Patrick Cantlay lines up a putt on the 18th green during the first round of the American Express golf tournament at La Quinta Country Club. Mandatory Credit: Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY SportsFans reminisced about the incident and shared their joy with the golfer. One fan tweeted, “The day I became a Cantley fan”, while another wrote, “He is just saying out loud what every other player is thinking!” Though many regarded it as a controversial incident, the moment was captured when the broadcast had just returned from a commercial break.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adWith Cantlay looking to stay at the PGA Tour over LIV Golf, fans will see more of his mic’d up moments in the American Tour. Though he may enjoy himself with a Mai Tai at the 2023 Sentry Tournament of Champions, he sure well will be more careful with his words this time, especially when the mic is around.What are your thoughts on Cantlay’s fail mic moment? Let us know in the comments section below.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adWatch This Story – How Much Prize Money Did Tiger Woods Win at the 2022 Masters?