Interaction between Jordan Spieth and Caddy goes viral after his double bogey
Sometimes Jordan Spieth's creativity
creates a stunning moment on the golf course. Other times, it leaves fans wondering why he didn't just listen to his caddy.
Unfortunately for Spieth, Saturday's round at the BMW Championship involved a heartbreaking moment.
Spieth found himself in the bunker for his second shot on the fifth hole. Playing safe Instead, the three-time major champion talked himself
into taking an ambitious approach to the hole.
"I actually think you could do it, and I think the handicap
about the same," Spieth said. "This is on me, okay?"
Spieth's caddy, Michael Greller,
had no choice but to sit back and watch this high-risk, high-reward shot.
Spieth's second shot went into the waterWhen the dust settled .
That proved to be a costly mistake for Spieth, who finished the fifth hole with a double bogey.
Spieth is currently two shots back of Xander Schauffele for the top spot in the rankings.