Jordan Spieth's memorable cliff shot forced bosses at Pebble Beach to move back the hazard lines after copycats tried to replicate the three-time major champion.
Spieth stunned golf fans 12 months ago when he risked his life by playing his approach into No. 8 at the iconic venue on the edge of a cliff.
It was one of the standout moments of the year and Spieth reflected on the moment earlier in the week.
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Spieth said he thought he saved a stroke but wasn't sure if the risk outweighed the reward considering the downside was plummeting to his death.
Unsurprisingly, Pebble Beach attracts a fair few visitors in California. And it appears that some morons have been trying to replicate Spieth's shot.
PGA Tour chief referee Gary Young revealed the club have made a "concerted effort" to try and discourage people from attempting the shot.
He told ESPN:
What did Spieth say about it all?
Spieth said he returned to Pebble Beach last November with his parents and played the course with his father and brother.
He took a lot at the spot where he played the shot again.
Spieth told the media:
"This is downright terrifying right now."— Golf on CBS (@GolfonCBS) February 5, 2022
This shot from Jordan Spieth was quite the situation. pic.twitter.com/sq04R96GXQ
"I miss DJ..."
Other than talking about that moment, Spieth later spoke of how one of the players he misses the most is Dustin Johnson.
Johnson joined the LIV Golf League last June.
Spieth said DJ is just a Hall of Fame player who didn't create any controversy.
Johnson's 2023 got off to a rocky start after he had to withdraw before the first round of the PIF Saudi International.
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