The players got really bored at the BMW on Sunday

Sunday’s play at the BMW Championship was completely washed out – but not before the players were subjected to endless delays.

Final-round tee times at Aronimink Golf Club were originally moved up to 7am in the hopes of beating the weather – but it only ended up meaning an extra long day of waiting for the players.

The steady drip of bad news from organisers throughout the day ended up driving some of the pros a little stir crazy.

Consider the plight of Ian Poulter. In a few weeks’ time, he’ll be part of the European team contesting the Ryder Cup in Paris, but on Sunday he was playing a frustrating waiting game to play a round that would be of little consequence.

With no chance of making the top 30 in the FedEx Cup standings who go on to contest the Tour Championship, Poulter would no doubt have loved to finish up his final round and wrap up his 2017-’18 PGA Tour season – but no such luck.

Poulter’s Instagram feed documented his slide into insanity for the whole world to see.

Shortly after this video the PGA Tour finally confirmed at 2pm that play was called off for the day, putting everyone out of their misery.

The only problem? There’s a 70% chance of more rain on Monday.