Bryson DeChambeau is taking a beating on social media — together with posts from different gamers — for a few egregious examples of gradual play through the second spherical of the Northern Belief at Liberty Nationwide.

The defending champion is understood for his scientific method to the sport and he shot a pair of 68s to open the match.

But it’s the laborious way he went about it that has fans, players and broadcasters criticizing him.

One came Friday on the par-4 16th hole where a wayward drive into a spectator area left him 70 yards from the hole. DeChambeau took his time walking off the distance from the ball to the hole, walked back to his ball, then began a lengthy pre-shot routine — before finally telling playing partner Tommy Fleetwood to hit.

On another example came on the eighth green, where DeChambeau had an 8-foot putt for birdie. DeChambeau stalked the putt from all angles, checked his green-reading book a few times, and then finally, after more than two minutes, hit the putt. A shot is not supposed to take more than 40 seconds, per PGA Tour rules, but penalties are never applied without a group first being out of position and then a warning system.

Eddie Pepperell, Ian Poulter and Justin Thomas — who was in DeChambeau’s group — were among players to chime in.

On Saturday, DeChambeau posted to his personal Twitter account. It was a innocent tweet as he received set for his third-round tee time.

That set off the mentions from individuals questioning, in their very own particular means, how lengthy it’d take him to play his third spherical.