Jordan Spieth reveals his, um, interesting strategy for changing dirty diapers
Jordan Spieth is feeling good about his golf game as we near the second major of the season. In the meantime, he sounds just as confident about a certain daddy duty off the course. A dirty daddy duty, that is.
Fresh off winning the RBC Heritage, Spieth appeared on ESPN's SportsCenter on Wednesday night to discuss his latest PGA Tour victory, the upcoming PGA Championship, and diapers. Yep, diapers.
"I believe in my ability as a diaper changer," Spieth said. "I go for speed over quality. We get it on fast. But he’s a great little kid, and I’m excited for the future."
Speed over quality? Interesting strategy . . . Here's the full interview (diaper exchange at the 3:30 mark):
Dude, I've been there. Heck, I'm still there with kid No. 2. You want to get that thing on little Sammy as fast as possible (and the old one into that disgusting Diaper Genie even faster). But if that next one winds up leaking, that's even more mess to deal with. And you're going to hear about it from your wife. Again, been there.
Speaking of, this sounds awfully reminiscent of the putting tip Annie just gave you after you missed that tap-in on Saturday. You know, when she advised that you take an extra 5 seconds before knocking the ball in the hole? Well, as tempting as it is to get this nasty process over with, that tip also applies here. Of course, knowing this guy's ability around the greens, he's probably got a nice touch on the changing table with this as well.
Spieth also said he tried using his win as a way to get out of doing chores for a couple days. And if he actually pulled that off, then he's even more of a magician at home than he is with a wedge in his hands.