Make a hole-in-one, treat people to drinks. It's a tradition any golfer is aware of. But what do you do when you're a PGA Tour pro?
Rickie Fowler extended his bar tab to those in the media when he sent buckets of beer to the press center after an ace at the Quicken Loans National in July. And apparently, he started a trend.
A month later, Brian Harman sent beer and some liquor to the media at the Barclays when he made a pair of holes-in-one in the same round (He had to spend a LOT more later when a bunch of players went out in NYC). So when Jordan Spieth made this hole-in-one during the first round of the BMW Championship, people wondered if he'd keep this new tradition going.
Nothing happened on Thursday night, but Spieth's round also wasn't official yet since play was halted while he played the 18th hole. After finishing his round, his group had a pretty quick re-start, but following the completion of his second round, this happened:
Spieth also sent the goodies to the volunteer tent. Beer AND pizza? Yeah, that's probably not going to hurt his popularity among the press.