Jordan Spieth proved he’s the man once again. Taking the title of the U.S. Open Champion, Spieth took down Dustin Johnson in an unforgettable end to the tournament.
After four rough days on the challenging course, the final day proved to be the kicker. If you left the television for even a split second, the leaderboard may have looked completely different. Spieth was in the running the whole tournament, and slowly crept up to put some pressure on the other players. In the end, Spieth took the title after Johnson dropped the ball…or failed to.
Johnson missed an easy put for an eagle, which would have given him the win. Then, he missed the birdie put, which would have put the two into a playoff. Then, he sunk it on a three-putt, giving him the second-place title.
It was unforgettable and today, people will be talking about how Johnson’s three-putt handed things over to Spieth. But today, I’m talking about Spieth’s back-to-back championship wins. His first win at the Masters, his second yesterday at the U.S. Open. Spieth is halfway to a grandslam. For the 21-year-old, these are memomarable moments that are just the beginning of his unbelievable career. Cudoos to you, Jordan. I’m sure he’s got even more fan-girls now than ever before.