Probably the most disappointing thing about this Jordan Spieth bunker shot is the footage isn't great.
This moment came during the third round of the PGA Tour's Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale.
Spieth was playing No. 17. If you're an ardent golf fan you'll know this is a drivable par-4 as it's only 346 yards.
We say only, it's drivable for players like Jordan Spieth who have won multiple major championships and numerous PGA Tour titles.
There is a bit of water trouble here, which is why Spieth erred on the side of caution and tried to play a buttery cut back into the fairway.
Related: Dustin Johnson's family respond to Jordan Spieth's comments
Spieth didn't quite manage to do what he intended as he leaked his tee shot out right. His golf ball travelled 282 yards and settled in the fairway bunker.
According to Shot Tracker, Spieth had 77 yards to the pin. This was a magical shot from Spieth. And it got the seal of approval from his caddie Michael Greller.
So much so, that Greller reportedly said it was the best bunker shot he'd ever seen Spieth hit. That's quite a call considering Spieth has produced so many incredible moments down the years.
Who could forget Spieth holing out from the sand in a sudden-death playoff to capture the 2017 Travelers Championship?
The crowd went bonkers. He went bonkers.
Watch Spieth's latest shot below. Oh, and in case you were wondering, Spieth sank the putt for a birdie on his way to carding a 2-under 69.
#VIDEO: The Long Lost Bunker Shot that Michael Greller says is the “Best bunker shot Jordan has ever hit.” Unreal pic.twitter.com/xh3TD413F2— Spieth Legion (@SpiethLegion) February 12, 2023
Spieth later admitted that there was a stroke of fortune about this shot.
He told the media:
What is your verdict? Don't hesitate to Tweet us with your thoughts.
Next page: Billy Horschel fires back at fan in Phoenix