Ian Poulter has blasted his "disgusting" performance over two rounds at the Volvo World Match Play Championship in Bulgaria.
"There is no excuse for that display of golf over the last two days," Sky Sports News quotes the 37-year-old as saying.
"It's disgusting, disgraceful and there's no explanation. I should have been able to finish the match off.
"My concentration was simply not there and therefore you make mental errors when you have not used your brain. It's completely unacceptable."
When asked where he was headed to next, Poulter replied: "[To] the tallest tree with the shortest rope.
"I am pissed off. I will stay pissed off for a couple of hours and then get to England and win at Wentworth."
The BMW Championship gets underway at Wentworth on May 23.