Jordan Spieth closed out his first match of the WGC Match Play in style against Mackenzie Hughes.
So much so, he had to apologise to the Canadian after holing out on No. 15 at Austin Country Club to add another shot to the ever-growing Spieth Collection™.
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Spieth took the lead at No. 4 and never relinquished it. He made a sensational eagle at the drivable 13th, smashing his tee shot over the water and then holing the eight footer.
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He was gifted the very next hole when Hughes dropped a shot and by the time they had reached the 15th Spieth was 4UP.
His tee shot went left and he took a drop in the rough. His approach from 172 yards eventually settled in a somewhat awkward lie, as the ball was above his feet.
Do we even need to tell you what happened next? Of course the three-time major champ holed out, sending his ball straight into the stratosphere and landing like a butterfly wearing slippers.
One hop and in. Boom.
Watch the shot here:
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Spieth had to apologise for the way he ended the match.
Speaking about the shot to Golf Channel, Spieth said:
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