Jordan Spieth on Sunday won his second PGA Tour event of the season in dramatic fashion.
During a playoff with Daniel Berger at the Travelers Championship, on the 19th hole, Spieth found himself in a bunker near the hole.
Spieth proceeded to hit a near-perfect shot out of the bunker and holed it to win the tournament.
Almost as epic as the shot was his celebration, as he chest-bumped his caddy and chucked his wedge.
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Afterward, Spieth said of the shot: “For the bunker shot to go in, that was awesome. I don’t know if I’ll ever have a moment like that again.”
Spieth, however, seemed to forget that, as noted by the announcers, in 2013 he won the John Deere Classic in similar fashion.
Though Spieth has had two top-five finishes in tournaments since the end of April, he has been somewhat disappointing in majors, tying for 11th at the Masters and tying for 35th at the US Open. The Travelers Championship isn’t a major, but if nothing else, Spieth has what could be his signature moment for 2017.
*Note: This article previously incorrectly stated that the Travelers Championship was Spieth’s first PGA Tour event win of the year and that he missed the cut at the US Open. This is Spieth’s second win of the year, and he tied for 35th at the US Open.