When Jordan Spieth drained his bunker shot to win the Travelers Championship on Sunday night, all eyes immediately, and appropriately, turned to the new 10-time PGA Tour winner. Spieth authored an amazing celebration, which is rare in golf. He somehow reacted in the moment and didn’t look like a total square, chucking his club in jubilation and then running out of the bunker for a chest bump with his caddie, Michael Greller.
Spieth got his just due for the reaction, but we’re pretty fond of Greller’s in-the-background reaction too. While Spieth was chucking his club, the looper was simultaneously launching the bunker rake.
Greller rake toss > Spieth club toss pic.twitter.com/I724B58GA3— Brendan Porath (@BrendanPorath) June 25, 2017
And another fantastic angle from the PGA Tour:
An epic shot calls for an epic celebration.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 25, 2017
Another angle of this unreal hole-out. pic.twitter.com/YMnoFaYQDY
Spieth has bigger wins in his career and has hit some huge shots before, including a comparable hole-out from the sand to get his first-ever PGA Tour win at the John Deere back in 2013, but this shot may top them all. Spieth won’t forget it and neither will Greller, apparently, who was seen reunited with the rake an hour after the event ended. The caddie plans on taking it home with him.
Michael Greller is hanging on to the rake. "I'm taking it home." pic.twitter.com/LWhwtGoUno— Adam Schupak (@AdamSchupak) June 25, 2017