“Should Have Done Something Different”: A Year After His Miraculous Shot, Jordan Spieth Reveals His Opposite Feeling About the Unbelievable Moment

The historic Memorial Tournament has captured the attention of the whole golfing world. A lot of well-known golfers are currently giving it their all on the course. Fan-favorite Jordan Spieth is also exhibiting his extraordinary skills on the course among all those eminent players. He scored 3 under 69 in the first round.

He’s happy with his outstanding performance at the current tournament, but the ghost of the past isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. On a recent talk show, he discussed his riskiest shot. Let’s find out more!

The Smylie Show, a podcast hosted by Smylie Kaufman, recently featured Jordan Spieth. They touched upon several topics including the Ryder Cup and his hand injury before moving on to his contentious shot at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in 2022. Spieth took a shot on the par-4 eighth hole, which is perched on the edge of a cliff, at great personal risk. Kaufman shared a snippet of the conversation on his official Twitter account.

Kaufman told Spieth that the “five best words in golf” are “Mikey, this one’s on me.” Spieth used the same argument to refute his caddie, Michael Greller. However, Spieth wished his caddie had dissuaded him from attempting that dangerous shot this time. “The only time I’ve said that and still thought ‘Michael, I think you should have done something different’ was on the cliff at Pebble. I kinda wish that he took seven by ankles and just, actually,” Spieth added.


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