Jordan Spieth tells caddie Michael Greller "go get that" after British Open eagle
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Jordan Spieth tells caddie Michael Greller “go get that” after British Open eagle


Jordan Spieth made an incredible eagle on the par-5 15th in the final round of the 2017 British Open Championship, regaining the lead from Matt Kuchar by a shot after, just two holes prior, hitting his tee shot some 100 yards off line and needing a drop on the driving range at Royal Birkdale.

As Spieth makes a 48-footer for eagle, he looks at the hole like a total boss while the crowd is going absolutely nuts. And what does Spieth do? He turns to caddie Michael Greller, who had the flag for the putt, and he tells him, "Go get that," asking his man to go get the ball from the hole.

The eagle moved Spieth back to 1 over par for the day, with Kuchar making birdie to get to 9 under par.

What a day.


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