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Video: Jordan Spieth Rages at Being Timed During Round 2 of the Masters

Video: Jordan Spieth Rages at Being Timed During Round 2 of the Masters

Jordan Spieth is often considered one of the nicest guys in golf, but it seems even the coolest characters can go off the boil at Augusta.

And the world number 2 showed signs of frustration on the 11th hole during his second round yesterday.

Spieth can be seen angrily lifting his arms with his 10 arms to go at this year’s Masters:

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Phil Casey, a golf correspondent for the Press Association gave some more detail on what Spieth was up to, admitting he found it strange that Spieth was complaining:

And it seems that this wasn’t an itch that went away, as Spieth was reportedly seen complaining at the next hole as well:

While you can understand Spieth becoming irritated at being rushed, some would argue it’s hard to sympathise as the 22-year-old is currently top of the leaderboard on -4.

However, day three is shaping up to be a tasty one, with Rory McIlroy just one behind last year’s Masters champion.

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