Jordan Spieth hilariously trolls himself over infamous Masters collapse
It has been two years since Jordan Spieth endured one of the most historic collapses in golf history at Augusta National, but the three-time major champion clearly has not forgotten about it.
Those who watched the Masters in 2016 saw Spieth blow a huge lead during the final round, and the biggest reason for that was the 7 he carded at the par-3 12th hole. When his tee shot safely cleared the creek and landed just off the green on the same hole Sunday, Spieth mocked himself by raising his hands in the air.
Jordan Spieth celebrates being dry at 12 after his struggles the last couple years pic.twitter.com/jlHzAz4LxF
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 8, 2018
As you can see, the crowd loved it. Perhaps keeping things loose was helpful for Spieth, because he ended up knocking down a long birdie putt.
We saw Spieth get testy with a cameraman after his meltdown two years ago, and it was tough to blame him. The best thing he can do for his career is put that round of golf behind him, and it seems like he has done just that.