Sport Jordan Spieth's $130,000 meltdown

05:40  14 may  2018
05:40  14 may  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Jordan Spieth currently has a net worth of an estimated: , 000 , 000 . Despite his 2 wins and over million in prize money, Spieth suffered a meltdown at The Masters that saw him finish in second place.

But he's also finished second another 19 times So who better to ask about Jordan Spieth ' s Masters meltdown ? "In many ways I'm not sure that it isn't a good thing for him," Nicklaus said during a press conference ahead of the Bass Pro reply 130 shares.

Jordan Spieth of the United States plays his shot.© Jamie Squire/Getty Images Jordan Spieth of the United States plays his shot. The 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass is often the scene of carnage as players try to hit the island green, but as former world number one Jordan Spieth can attest, the 18th hole can do just as much damage to a scorecard, and in this case his bank account.

During the final round of The Players Championship, Spieth stood on the 18th tee at two under for his round, and 10 under for the tournament. Minutes later he was signing his scorecard after an embarrassing quadruple bogey eight at the final hole.

With water up the left hand side of the fairway, the safe play would have been up the right side of the fairway. Instead Spieth hit an ugly hook that predictably found a watery grave.

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Jordan Spieth was on a roll today at the Masters where he had a fairly comfortable lead for most of the day. Jordan Spieth ' s Caddie, Michael Greller, Gave His Reaction To The Masters Meltdown In A Heartfelt Facebook Post.

Jordan Spieth got testy with a camera person from CBS’ staff in the final round of the Masters on Sunday. Spieth went from holding a comfortable lead in the final round to recording consecutive bogeys and then a seven on the 12th hole to blow his lead at Augusta National.

Forced to take a drop, Spieth could still have walked away with a bogey, or at worse a double, but things went from bad to worse on the green.

After his fourth shot came up just short of the green, Spieth chipped to five feet. His putt for double bogey not only didn’t touch the hole, it ran four feet past the hole.

His next putt was similar, although only running about two feet past the hole, and he was able to clean up for an eight, before throwing the ball into the water in disgust.

The entire debacle dropped Spieth from 17th to 41st in less than 10 minutes. Fortunately Speith has already earned around $2m in prizemoney this year so he’s unlikely to notice that the fiasco at the 18th cost him over $130,000.

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