Pro golfer Georgia Ball has broken her silence after a video she uploaded of a man trying to correct her swing while she practised went viral on social media. In the clip, which has been seen more than 11 million times on TikTok, the expert golfer said: "So, the guy next to me tried to give me 'swing advice'... Can you believe he said this?"

As she practices at a driving range, a man can be overheard saying: "Excuse me, what you're doing there, you shouldn't be doing that. You should be right through. You're doing too slow on the way up, and then back."

At first, Georgia, a certified PGA pro and instructor, replied: "Okay, I'm going through a swing change at the minute." The man then tells her: "No, I know but what you're doing there is you're coming back too slow." The man then proceeded to say: "You know, I've been playing golf for 20 years, what you need to do is follow through a lot quicker than what you're doing there right now."

Georgia explained again: "Yeah so I mean I'm going through a swing change at the minute so with that I'm just making everything kind of." The man interjected: "Just hit one, just hit one."

The pro golfer then proceeds to hit the ball the way the man explained, telling viewers: "I knew I had to make this a good one." "See how much better that was?" The man asked.

You can watch the video in full below.

Unsurprisingly, many people shared their thoughts on the video in the comment section. Jennifer wrote: "Not the mansplaining!" Rachel stated: "I've been driving for 25 years but I'm not about to give Lewis Hamilton some pointers."

Sara said: "Me who knows nothing about golf: 'She’s going through a SWING CHANGE SIR!!'" Rinnyper typed: "The way you had to repeat yourself 3 times and he cut you off every time." Jon confessed: "This is such a tough watch." Kay said: "As a guy, this is the first time I've actually seen "mansplaining" happen."

Georgia herself even took to the comment section to add: "This was a bit awkward, not going to lie." Due to how popular the clip has become, the pro golfer was asked to join ITV hosts Dermot O'Leary and Alison Hammond on This Morning.

Appearing via a live webcam feed, Dermot asked: "This one must be one of those strange things you put it out there for a bit of a laugh I guess and then suddenly it blows up, right?" The golfer replied: "Yeah I mean the reaction has been crazy, so much positive comments, shares, the opportunities - it's just been so positive and I'm just so grateful for everything."

Alison quizzed: "It's unbelievable isn't it and when you heard him, you were so lovely, you were so kind and just really nice, when he started talking to you, how did you diffuse the situation? How long did it go on for?"

"It was a minute, a minute and a half," Georgia revealed. Dermot added: "I didn't know you were going to be on the show today, but I was watching it last night... and it was the fact you kept going and working on a swing change... and he just didn't listen. But you've done a very good job of sort not outing him because I mean this poor guy could destroy him couldn't you."

Georgia said: "As a humble person, it's just not in me to say I'm a professional golfer. I know what I'm doing, so it just wasn't in me to say that to him." Alison then asked: "Do you think he was mansplaining?"

Mansplaining is described as the explanation of something by a man, typically to a woman, in a manner regarded as condescending. Georgia told her: "I mean I have a lot of conversations, I get a lot of advice and most of the time it's positive. So in that situation it was awkward, but I'm just glad looking back on it now I can see the funny side."