Die unglückliche Pause und Entscheidung von Jordan Spieth führt zu einem Bogey bei RBC



Die unglueckliche Pause und Entscheidung von Jordan Spieth fuehrt zu einem Bogey bei RBC 2022 rbc heritage

In der letz­ten Run­de des RBC Heri­ta­ge 2022 bekommt Jor­dan Spieth bei sei­nem Abschlag am neun­ten Par-4-Loch eine unglück­li­che Pau­se, als sein Ball in einer ungüns­ti­gen Posi­ti­on in einem grü­nen Sei­ten­bun­ker lan­det. Nach Rück­spra­che mit sei­nem Cad­die Micha­el Grel­ler schlägt Spieth sei­nen Ball an der Tri­bü­ne, um mich in eine bes­se­re Posi­ti­on zu brin­gen, und macht dann ein Bogey. ABONNIEREN Sie jetzt die PGA TOUR: http://​pgat​.us/​v​B​x​c​ZSh Die­se Woche wer­den fünf der zehn welt­bes­ten Spie­ler, dar­un­ter Dus­tin John­son, Jus­tin Tho­mas und Col­lin Mori­ka­wa, ihren Weg vom Augus­ta Natio­nal zum Har­bor Town Golf Links in Hil­ton Head erle­ben für das RBC-Erbe. Der Sie­ger von 2021, Ste­wart Cink, kehrt nach South Caro­li­na zurück und sucht nach sei­nem vier­ten Titel bei einer Ver­an­stal­tung, die sich als glück­li­ches Jagd­re­vier für den ehe­ma­li­gen Open-Cham­pion erwie­sen hat, nach­dem er zuvor in den Jah­ren 2000, 2004 und 2021 gewon­nen hat­te. Team Euro­pe Ryder Cup-Kapi­tän Hen­rik Sten­son wird abschla­gen es zum ers­ten Mal seit einem Jahr­zehnt bei RBC Heri­ta­ge, wäh­rend sein US-Kol­le­ge Zach John­son zum 17. Mal spielt. Der Gewin­ner von 2020 und 72-Loch-Rekord­hal­ter Webb Simp­son hofft, sei­ne gute Form bei der Ver­an­stal­tung fort­zu­set­zen und in den letz­ten fünf Jah­ren drei Top-Ten-Plat­zie­run­gen zu erzie­len. Patrick Cant­lay wird ver­su­chen, sein T3-Finish 2019 zu ver­bes­sern, um sei­nen ers­ten TOUR-Sieg seit der TOUR-Meis­ter­schaft 2021 zu errin­gen, bei der er einen Schlag vor Jon Rahm ins Ziel kam. Will­kom­men auf dem offi­zi­el­len You­Tube-Kanal der PGA TOUR. Hier fin­den Sie alles, was Sie brau­chen, um über die welt­weit füh­ren­de Golf­tour auf dem Lau­fen­den zu blei­ben. Sehen Sie sich High­lights von jedem Tur­nier sowie Spie­ler­pro­fi­le, Schwung­ana­ly­sen und die bes­ten Schlä­ge und erstaun­li­chen Momen­te an. Besu­chen Sie https://​www​.pga​tour​.com für eine voll­stän­di­ge Bericht­erstat­tung zusam­men mit den neu­es­ten Nach­rich­ten, Wer­tun­gen und Sta­tis­ti­ken! Fol­gen Sie PGA TOUR online: Insta­gram: https://​insta​gram​.com/​p​g​a​t​o​ur/ Face­book: https://​www​.face​book​.com/​P​G​A​T​our Twit­ter: https://​twit​ter​.com/​P​G​A​T​OUR Tik­Tok: https://​tik​tok​.com /@pgatour Sound­Cloud: https://​sound​cloud​.com/​pga Mel­den Sie sich für exklu­si­ve Bericht­erstat­tung an – http://​www​.pga​tour​li​ve​.com PGA TOUR Supers­to­re – http://​www​.pga​tour​su​pers​to​re​.com/

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73 thought on “Die unglückliche Pause und Entscheidung von Jordan Spieth führt zu einem Bogey bei RBC”

    1. @prat nood­le inde­ed but with the miss putts this week he Could’ve lose easi­ly. I’m glad he won, back to back Eas­ter cham­pions. Hope he wins PGA

  1. I don’t get why play­ers don’t take an unplay­a­ble lie when faced with cra­zy situa­tions. Isn’t it one stro­ke and you can go back on line or two club lengths? You could exit the bun­ker or drop in the bunker.

    1. If you take reli­ef out­side the bun­ker, it is two stro­ke penal­ty. Rule 19.3b:

      (1) You may play a ball from the spot of your pre­vious stro­ke (if this spot was out of the bun­ker, this opti­on gets you out of the bun­ker; but if your last stro­ke was from in the bun­ker, you must stay in the bun­ker) (see Rule 19.2a). (2) You may take back-on-the-line reli­ef in the bun­ker (see Rule 19.2b). (3) You may drop in the bun­ker wit­hin two club-lengths of whe­re your ball lies but not nea­rer to the hole (see Rule 19.2c). (4) Your fourth reli­ef opti­on comes with two penal­ty strokes – you may get out of the bun­ker using the back-on-the-line reli­ef opti­on (see Rule 19.3b).

    2. And to expand on what Chris said, you would­n’t want to take the one stro­ke and be for­ced to drop it in the bun­ker becau­se you risk a plug­ged lie which would defeat the pur­po­se of taking the stro­ke penal­ty in a sense

    3. @Mark C I’m pret­ty sure that would be a penal­ty impro­ving the con­di­ti­ons of the cour­se. The­re are several rules like that like for examp­le you can’t break a tree branch that inter­fe­res with your swing.

    4. @Christopher Nguy­en Good to know. It cos­ts 2 strokes to exit a bun­ker. But any­whe­re else though the green is just 1 shot. Or you can drop in the bun­ker for 1 shot. Depen­ding on the sand that might a good choice.

  2. Unlu­cky lie, yes. But ano­t­her mis­sed putt insi­de 2 feet. Nobo­dy can win a tour­na­ment mis­sing gim­mes like this. He does this at least once a tour­na­ment, if not 2–3 times. Its embarrassing.

    1. @Joey Num­sen I for­got that we arent allo­wed to cri­tique someo­ne that’s bet­ter than us at some­thing. I like Spieth. I want to see him do better.

    1. Look at the num­ber of play­ers that were eit­her tied or wit­hin 1 shot of him who had 5 holes left.…and none advan­ced except Cant­lay to tie him.

    2. But he’s always been that way. Kin­da like Rory. I don’t think tho­se guys are real­ly pushing and pul­ling putts a lot. It’s got­ta be align­ment and reading/pace. I hate when announ­cers just decla­re “he pushed it”. Real­ly? The­se guys have rock solid strokes.

    3. @Yorkazuna yeah well he blew like 3 tour­na­ments last year based on his short putts. The dude was kind of han­ded this one on a sil­ver plat­ter. Still go spieth!!!

    1. @Jim Bo agreed. Jor­dan lead the who­le thing. i was wai­t­ing for the ruling that lead to a bogey. gah. dare i say click­bait from the PGA Tour. 👎👎

  3. I’m baff­led as to why he did­n’t try to hit towards the green from that bun­ker posi­ti­on. Worst case is it ends up back in the bun­ker whe­re he should be able to hit a nor­mal sand shot (which he’s pret­ty good at). What am I missing?

    1. I was thin­king the same thing. I think he could have got­ten it on the frin­ge, but even if he did­n’t it’s most likely in the cen­ter of the bunker.

  4. Jordan’s ball striking is perhaps the best it’s been sin­ce the peri­od around Chamber’s Bay. Dro­ve the ball around the tight Har­bour Town cour­se extre­me­ly well. Now, when his put­ter returns to force.….….

  5. unlu­cky break in the bun­ker, but the ruling (aka free drop that does­n’t app­ly at the local cour­se) had not­hing to do with the bogey, but actual­ly gave him the chan­ce to make par.
    wish the­se guys would just get on with it. He worked out what was nee­ded in 30 seconds, then took ano­t­her 2 minu­tes over thin­king it.

  6. Why is he allo­wed to take 2 club lengths from his nea­rest point of reli­ef when he drops from the immova­ble obst­ruc­tion? Should­n’t it have only been 1 club length?

  7. From my ang­le .. Loo­ked like he could have just took a wedge (or sand wedge) and hit a chop (semi-nor­mal) sand shot (w/ no fol­low through) right at the pin.. I think that might have worked out bet­ter than what he did.. Of cour­se, I am say­ing this at home watching on my TV..

  8. Poor decisi­on from a pro n it is a simp­le n easy shot tbh if that was Phil​.Im sure Phil is laug­hing with his head shaking😂🤦‍♀️

  9. He ended up about as good as he coul­d’­ve expec­ted in three. But that second shot coul­d’­ve shank­ed or flew or gone any­whe­re. Would­n’t it have been less ris­ky to take the unplay­a­ble into the midd­le of the bun­ker and try to get up and down from the­re? Espe­cial­ly with the new drop-from-knee-height rule, the­re would have been pret­ty much no chan­ce of it plugging.

  10. I’m con­fu­sed. Could jor­dan not have just aimed at the pin and took a whack at it? Worst thing that could hap­pen it would fall back into the bun­ker and still have a chan­ce at par. At least he gave it a chan­ce to hit the green in regu­la­ti­on. The play to the right side was honest­ly a bit too safe for jor­dan. Idk, i dont have the full situa­ti­on but from what i’ve seen going for it was possible.

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