Jordan Spieth Wins John Deere Classic After Zach Johnson Taken Out By River Artillery
Jordan Spieth won the John Deere Classic today on the second playoff hole with Tom Gillis, becoming the first player with four wins before The British Open since Tiger Woods in 2000.
And while we're on the subject of Tiger Woods, doesn't he seem like one of those broken souls in True Detective? Ah, we digress. Sorry.
Spieth finished at 264 with Gillis, then. That's one strokle better than Zach Johnson and Danny Lee in regulation, and in Johnson's case, it may have been due to this:
A passing boat appeared to have backfired just as he was in his backswing for a birdie putt on the 16th hole. Only according to one report, it wasn't a backfire: it was a guy shooting an air cannon, and it was on purpose.
Turns out that wasn't a boat backfire Wasn't an accident at all, according to the CBS b-cast A guy fired an air cannon Legal troubles await
— Mike Leslie (@MikeLeslieWFAA) July 12, 2015
I say. Admiral Boom strikes again.
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