Justin Thomas just hit Jordan Spieth with a 'Major League'-type celebration after a ridiculous par save

Justin Thomas just hit Jordan Spieth with a ‘Major League’-type celebration after a ridiculous par save

Jordan Spieth is known for his ridiculous par stops, and he did it again during his four-ball match on Friday at the 2022 Presidents Cup.

The regular 18th hole at Quail Hollow Club is playing like the 15th this week, and Spieth’s shot found the right-hand rough just along the tree line. With his teammate, Justin Thomas, in his pocket, it was his turn to take a risky shot. His ball actually landed on the hazard that runs along the left side of the green, but he bounced to the right and eventually ended up off the green.

Spieth’s chip shot was decent, coming within 12 feet of the hole.

And as he has done so many times before, Spieth nailed the par putt to keep the American side up 3 in the match.

Thomas showed his appreciation with a celebration that originated in the movie ‘Major League II’.

You know which one.

Well, JT pulled it off perfectly.

The story originally appeared on GolfWeek

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