Jordan Spieth’s Walk-Off Chip-In Is Legendary
Every week, you don’t know what you’re going to get with golf. Last week, U.S. Open was a good tournament, but it didn’t have the dramatics that Travelers Championship had on Sunday afternoon. Jordan Spieth led the tournament wire-to-wire, but as we know, it’s very hard to finish the deal. Daniel Berger made a serious push shooting a 67. Spieth did not hit the green on the final hole and needed a good bunker shot to force a playoff. He did. Then he hit the same bunker shot on the first playoff hole, and this time, he dropped into the hole for the birdie and win.
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— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) June 25, 2017
It’s one of the best shots you’ve seen on the PGA this year. I had a small feeling that Spieth might drop it in only because it was the exact same shot. It adds to legacy of the young great golfer. Spieth now has 10 PGA Tour wins and is the second-quickest to do it. I feel like Spieth is headed towards the Open Championship favorite in less than a month. You saw him take down Erin Hills’ tough winds on Sunday then parlayed it into a victory the following week.
He’s going to have some fun overseas.