Jordan Spieth rejected the caddy's advice and promptly hit his ball into the water Golfer Jordan Spieth and caddy Michael Greller have one of the funniest relationships in all of the sports.

Greller is often tasked with trying to talk Spieth into ridiculously risky shots. Caddy doesn't always succeed.

After rejecting Greller's advice on Saturday, Spieth hit the ball straight into the water. Carrying Jordan Spieth's bag is no easy task,

Spieth's bag is no easy task, but talking a great golfer out of attempting ridiculous shots is even harder.

Over the years, debates between Spieth and Greller over a particular shot have taken on the tone of a bickering couple with an abiding sense of love underlying extreme momentary frustration.

This dynamic was on display again on Saturday during the third round of the BMW Championship. Spieth hit the par-4 No. 5 at Wilmington Country Club and had a share of the lead, but a wayward drive left his ball in the fairway bunker.

With water obstructing the green, Spieth was faced with the choice of dropping out and playing it safe or heading out of the bunker.

"This is the same as where I was yesterday," Spieth told to Greller from the sand. “So if I hit a good shot when it's up, it's on the green. "Yeah, I know," Greller replied.