WATCH: Jordan Spieth hits HIDDEN RAKE coming out the bunker

Jordan Spieth was left frustrated again as his ball struck a hidden rake coming out the bunker on the 2nd hole at Pebble Beach during his second round at the 2019 US Open.

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Fri, 14 Jun 2019

Jordan Spieth made the headlines yesterday for all the wrong reasons, when he publically slammed his caddie Michael Greller live on air during the 8th hole. Today, Spieth was left frustrated again as his ball struck a rake coming out the bunker on the 2nd hole, leaving his ball in the thick rough.

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Spieth, who started the second round on the 10th hole, carded five birdies in his first nine holes, along with two bogeys and two pars, leaving him three under for the day at the turn.

After parring the first hole on the back nine, Spieth sent his tee shot on the second (his 11th hole) into the fairway bunker. He had a fairly decent lie but was 205 yards from the hole.

Commentators questioned whether Spieth could make it from there, but the American took the shot on. It wasn't the best of contacts, but it looked as though the ball had enough speed to get out of the long rough just over the bunker, that was until it struck a rake that was hiding in the thick stuff.

Spieth reacted immediately with a huge sense of disbelief. The ball was then left in an awful lie just outside the bunker and all Spieth could do was lay up towards the green, but a brilliant up and down meant Spieth escaped with a bogey.

Check out the clip below to watch the scenes from the bunker.

 

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