Rafa Cabrera Bello's road to the Ryder Cup was fairly smooth thanks to automatic qualifying. But his flight to the Ryder Cup? It's caused him a little more consternation.
Cabrera Bello on Thursday unleashed the following Tweetstorm aimed at British Airways, which allegedly bumped him from first class (for reasons you'll read below), then provided him an economy window seat without a window.
And I'm totally ok with flying economy, I always do when in Europe. Just pissed off at the little answers I get from @British_Airways— Rafael Cabrera Bello (@RCabreraBello) September 22, 2016
2/2 One crew not enough for aprox 15 passengers in business?But 2 enough for more than 50 in economy? @British_Airways Who taught you math?— Rafael Cabrera Bello (@RCabreraBello) September 22, 2016
Coincidentally, #Ifthinggoesdownwereallscrewed is also the unofficial hashtag for the U.S. Ryder Cup task force.
If you're wondering why he chose to tag Ryder Cup teammate Lee Westwood, you'll see below that Westwood had his own issues with the airline's "lounge policy" last month.
@WestwoodLee We're sorry you're unhappy about our lounge policy and being bussed from the aircraft, Lee. We hope this won't deter you 1/2— British Airways (@British_Airways) August 14, 2016
We'll keep you updated in case either one of them ever hits 10 million miles.