US Open camera crew under fire for shot of Paulina Gretzky's dress
Fox Sports' U.S. Open coverage has been heavily scrutinized during its two-year run, and Sunday's telecast didn't exactly end on a high note.
Dustin Johnson took home his first major championship at Oakmont, shooting a -4 on the tournament and winning by three strokes despite a controversial one-shot penalty. The story was a great one: One of golf's best younger competitors finally winning his first major -- an American winning the U.S. Open -- after a battle with off-the-course issues.
The moment called for a beautiful moment at the 18th green, with Johnson's fiancee and baby son running out to greet the 31-year-old moments after clinching his victory. But that was also the moment Fox's cameras became infatuated with Johnson's fiancee, Paulina Gretzky, and her tight-fitting dress.
As the family walked back into the clubhouse, Fox unabashedly focused in on Gretzky from behind as she pulled down her dress.
Several Twitter users immediately sensed that something wasn't right.
Regardless of the production crew's decisions, it was a great moment for Johnson and his family.