VIDEO: Dustin Johnson's son steals Jordan Spieth's putter mid-stroke
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VIDEO: Dustin Johnson’s son steals Jordan Spieth’s putter mid-stroke


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Jordan Spieth was trying to work on his putting after a disappointing 2-over 74 at Pebble Beach on Saturday when his putter got stolen mid-stroke.

The culprit? Dustin Johnson's adorable son, Tatum.



Janet Gretzky, wife of Johnson's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am partner Wayne (you know, the greatest hockey player ever) and mom of Johnson's fiancee Paulina, posted a video of the cute theft to Instagram.

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@djohnsonpga @jordanspieth Tatum grabs #1 player in the worlds putter ?⛳️ #Jordangoodsport

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Spieth hilariously mocks trying to finish his stroke knowing that his putter was gone, almost right out of a Wile E. Coyote cartoon.

Spieth and Johnson, along with their respective amateur putters, played together for the first three days of the tournament. The world No. 1 enters the final round of the tournament 15 back of leader Phil Mickelson.

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