Jordan Spieth on Chambers Bay 18th: ‘Dumbest hole I’ve ever played in my life’

Masters champion Jordan Spieth had cruised to the top of the leaderboard at the U.S. Open on Friday when he stumbled a bit with a double bogey on the 18th hole.

Or as Spieth called it, "the dumbest hole I’ve ever played in my life" and "unbelievably stupid."

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Jordan Spieth shares

his frustrations from the 18th hole from the U.S. Open Championships. Shot

a double bogey on the hole.

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19, 2015

Take note, Chambers Bay architects.  

Some viewers interpreted Spieth’s remark as a condemnation of his own play on the hole. However, after the "dumbest" line, Spieth says "that is not a par four" — a reference to the course and not his play, making that interpretation unlikely.

Later Spieth said:

Lee Westwood echoed Spieth’s sentiment on his Twitter account later on Friday:

Still, it’s pretty nice to have Spieth mic’d and we look forward to him trash-talking more of the course. Maybe on a curiously-placed sand trap next.

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