Jordan Spieth erupts on TV after a terribly unlucky shot at the U.S. Open
We knew going into the 2016 U.S. Open that Oakmont is probably the hardest course in golf, so we’re fully prepared for carnage over the next four days.
What happened to Jordan Spieth on the 17th hole on Thursday was just brutal, though.
Spieth hit an approach shot into the par-4 from 116 yards out and landed it near the middle of the green, spinning it back by the hole and seemingly earning a shot at birdie.
But the ball kept spinning back, picked up a slope on th green and ended up rolling all the way into a greenside bunker. Spieth couldn’t believe it, and the TV broadcast picked up his reaction (watch the video above):
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