Jordan Spieth: misses cut during Phoenix Open Michael Phelps looks on

Rowdy fans are zero new to a Phoenix Open, though an mistimed ridicule got a best of Jordan Spieth on Friday. 

On Spieth’s final hole of a day, a fan on a 9th screamed from behind, “Jordan, I’ve got dual beers on this!” right as he went to putt. 

Spieth missed a putt, and incited to glisten behind toward a fan. He stared irately for during slightest 5 seconds, as other fans called for a heckler to be thrown out.

Spieth’s caddie afterwards went over to repremand a heckler, who expected mislaid his bet, and arguably in partial given of him, a Phoenix Open has mislaid one of a many renouned players.

Spieth was partial of a fan-favorite organisation that included Justin Thomas and Patton Kizzire. The organisation got some combined star-power, as Olympic good Michael Phelps followed a contingent around TPC Scottsdale on Friday.

Phelps and Spieth are tighten friends, and a 28-time Olympic medalist was behind a ropes with a golfer all day.


Jordan Spieth had a special guest walking a Waste Management Phoenix Open with him on Friday: Olympian Michael Phelps.
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An zealous golf fan, Phelps took a march progressing this week during a Annexus Pro-Am on Wednesday. He golfed with Rickie Fowler and Billy Horschel, as a pros typically went for only 9 holes.

After blank a putt, Spieth finished a day during even-par, and missed a cut (by one stroke) for a initial time given May of 2017. He entered a day during +1.

Spieth was still visibly indignant as he left for a clubhouse, and declined to criticism on a day.

Others also on a wrong side of the cutline: Ricky Barnes (+1), Scott Piercy (+1), K.J. Cjoi (+2) and former champion J.B. Holmes (+2).

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