Jordan Spieth is disgusted with his driver

Rob Carr

After hitting a poor drive, Jordan Spieth wanted nothing to do with his driver.

Jordan Spieth has been playing very well at Augusta National this week. That includes off the tee, where he's had success finding fairways with his driver. That string of solid play, however, hit a temporary speed bump on No. 13 on Saturday. Spieth was not too happy about it.

The animated 20-year-old knew his shot was poor right away and had very little interest in holding the club any longer. That resulted in a Tiger Woods-esque driver spin in frustration.

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To his credit, Spieth played an excellent recovery shot out of the pine straw. A solid chip set up a good look at birdie, but he missed the putt and settled for par. Still not bad after the issues off the tee.

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