Jordan Spieth Bangkok'd caddie Michael Greller after winning British Open
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Jordan Spieth Bangkok’d caddie Michael Greller after winning British Open


Jordan Spieth had just locked up a three-shot win at the 2017 British Open Championship, capturing his third major -- all before the age of 24 -- and he was finishing things up to make his scorecard and the win official.

Spieth and second-place Matt Kuchar had gone over the cards, put down the signatures and were leaving the room to get ready for the outdoor awards ceremony. Spieth's caddie, Michael Greller, was in the back of the room, and he was letting the competitors walk through the door ahead of him.

That's when Spieth came up to his caddie and gave him the ole Bangkok.

Spieth hit Grellers in the crotch.

In the Titleists, with hisĀ 009.

It was a light-hearted moment after a fierce battle for the game's oldest championship. Spieth acts like a 36-year-old on the golf course with his grit and determination, but he's a kid at heart.


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