Few things are certain in this life but one of them is Jordan Spieth doing something absolutely hilarious and maddening at the same time.
Of course, Spieth will not find this funny. Not one bit. It appears that his wife Annie might even chew his ear off after ignoring her key bit of advice that helped him claim his 13th PGA Tour victory last season at RBC Heritage.
Jordan Spieth had another Jordan Spieth moment during Thursday's opening round of the CJ Cup at Congaree Golf Club.
He was making his season debut as Rory McIlroy and rising PGA Tour star Tom Kim raced out of the blocks in South Carolina.
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Spieth's funny moment came at No. 16, which is a par-4 measuring at 493 yards. He hit the fairway so that was the first job done. Spieth then hit the green and according to Shot Tracker had 31 feet for his birdie.
He missed, leaving himself approximately 16 inches for his par which - for some reason - Spieth decided to try and tap in using the back of his putter.
The moment was captured and reposted by @SpiethLegion. If you're a Spieth fan and not following this account then really what are you doing with your life?
Just watch this horror show:
I mean that’s just pathetic lol pic.twitter.com/VP2U73gcU4— Spieth Legion (@SpiethLegion) October 20, 2022
Oh no, oh no, oh no Jordan.
Trevor Immelman said on the broadcast: "He's just so frustrated with what's going on. Goes for the quick backhand and blocks it. And then he has to go for the coin. To rub salt in the wound."
If you're unsure what his wife Annie's advice was, she reportedly implored him to take at least five seconds over his putts after he played the third round at RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in April.
Related: The question Tom Kim stumped Jordan Spieth with
Spieth said in his winning press conference: "So Annie told me last night, you need to take five seconds now — and she never comments on my golf. You need to take five seconds, if you miss a putt, before you hit your tap-in. So I thought about it today. There was a couple times I was just going to rake it, and I was like, no, I've got to take five seconds."
Spieth had a simply miserable day overall and has his work cut out to even make the cut.
The three-time major champ carded an opening round of 4-over 75, which was 10 strokes off the lead.
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