While many are pleased with Chambers Bay after the first round of the U.S. Open, Sergio Garcia tweeted on Thursday that the tournament deserves better greens.

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Just one day into U.S. Open play, reviews have been mixed on the Chambers Bay course.

Many key players, including Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson, have had nothing but good things to say about the course at University Place. After finishing a strong opening round, Mickelson said he thought “it played terrific,” while Johnson echoed his sentiments in a tweet after topping the leaderboard at 5-under with his round.

But not everyone is happy with the challenging conditions and fast greens.

In a series of tweets, Sergio Garcia blasted the U.S. Open host course, saying the greens at Chambers Bay are unfit for a U.S. Open.

This latest criticism comes on the heels of Ian Poulter’s notorious comments¬†in April, when he tweeted that other players told him¬†Chambers Bay was a “farce.” It seems, for now anyway, that Chambers Bay will continue to be a lightning rod for opinions, good and bad.