JERSEY CITY, N.J. – With a laughs abundant and a adult beverages flowing, a U.S. group took a many some-more lightsome proceed to their post-round media event after securing a 19-11 win during a Presidents Cup.
The dual were stalwarts on a American squad, winning 8 points from a probable 10 notwithstanding Spieth’s singles detriment to Jhonattan Vegas. They were also all smiles when recalling a many noted strain listened on the initial tee this week, where American and International fans assimilated to swap between understanding sonnets and some some-more cutthroat chords.
For Spieth, a choice was easy.
“Si Woo, Si Woo, jolt that ass, jolt that ass, jolt that ass,” Spieth sang in between bursts of laughter.
The strain was a well-meaning anxiety toward Presidents Cup rookie Si Woo Kim, who won the Players Championship in May and went 1-2 this week after a hard-fought singles detriment to Daniel Berger.
“He was so broke each time they sang it,” Spieth said. “It was incredible.”
Johnson was sitting usually a few seats divided from Spieth, and before too prolonged he was singing a same tune.
“That was a best song, for sure,” Johnson said. “’Si Woo, jolt that ass.’ Best strain ever, ever, by any side.”