After Day 1 of the 2016 Masters, Jordan Spieth held a two-stroke lead over the field, extending his time alone atop the Augusta National leaderboard to a record five consecutive rounds. The Spieth Train could be leaving the station to another runaway victory.
Henrik Stenson's daughter, Alice, maybe sensing what Spieth did in his bogey-free performance on Thursday, tried to help her dad by sabotaging Spieth's courtesy car.
On Instagram, Stenson posted a picture of Alice trying to let air out of one of the tires on Spieth's car in the hopes that he wouldn't make his Friday tee time, leading to a disqualification.
"Alice told me this morning, 'Don't worry about Spieth, Daddy, he will be late for his tee time," Stenson wrote as the caption.
That blasted Spieth did make his tee time, however.
Next time, Spieth! Nexxxxttttt timmmmmeeee!
Via Devil Ball Golf