Jordan Spieth gets mad at Oakmont greens

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JORDAN SPIETH | US OPEN

Jordan Spieth showed his sheer frustration at the Oakmont greens in the first round of the US Open after he thought he'd played the perfect approach on the 17th - his eighth hole of the day.


The reigning champion threw his club in the direction of his golf bag after his shot pitched close to the flagstick, only to roll quickly down into a deadly bunker.

"You've got to be kidding me - how is that in the bunker?!" Spieth was caught yelling on the par-4, before tossing his club away in disgust.

After watching this, it's hard to blame the 22-year-old for getting a little mad. Here's the shot:



And here's the reaction:


Jordan Spieth :: Club toss


What do you make of Spieth's reaction to his approach shot that rolled into the bunker? Leave your thoughts in the 'Comments' section below.

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