It's hard to find anything that Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed did wrong during their opening match Thursday at the Presidents Cup. The pair, now 6-1-2 as a team, dominated Presidents Cup rookies Emiliano Grillo and Si Woo Kim 5-and-4, ending the match at Liberty National's 14th hole.
But.... if we have to nitpick, there was this instance on the 13th green, after Spieth rolled in a six-footer for par to halve the hole. It was a pretty big putt, considering the fact that had he missed, their lead would be cut to just 3-up with five holes to play. So, after it dropped, you better believe there were high fives all around... right?
Wrong! Spieth got left hanging by Patrick Reed's caddie, who has absolutely no time for high fives after halved holes.