It’s anti-golf, but it’s also unfortunately a sign of the times. It will continue to happen and even be applauded. It reminds me a bit of the somewhat recent stipulation under Rule 4.1 that allows a player to keep using and/or repair any club damaged during a round, EVEN IF it was damaged in anger. Again, a sign of the times. It’s anti-golf to give such an option to a player who chooses to abuse a club, just as it is anti-golf to use that kind of language on the course. Please save the “they swore back in the day, too; they just weren’t mic’d” takes. I’m sure they did, but Nicklaus and others spoke against it more frequently than it is opposed today. I understand that it’s a tolerated part of the game today, but I don’t have to like it.