Jordan Spieth is known for his ridiculous par saves, and he did it again during his Friday four-ball match at the 2022 Presidents Cup.
The regular 18th hole at Quail Hollow Club is playing as the 15th this week, and Spieth’s drive found the right-hand rough just along the tree line. With his partner, Justin Thomas, in his pocket, he had to try a risky shot. His ball actually landed in the hazard that runs alongside the left of the green but ricocheted to the right, eventually finishing long of the green.
Spieth’s chip shot was a decent one, settling 12 feet from the hole.
And like he’s done so many times before, Spieth nailed the par putt to keep the U.S. side 3 up in the match. They went on to win the match, 2 and 1.
Thomas showed his appreciation with a celebration that originated in the movie ‘Major League II.’
You know the one.
Well, JT pulled it off perfectly.