Winning the Masters has put Jordan Spieth under the spotlight which can sometimes give him the wrong type of publicity.
As a 21-year-old kid who just won the Masters, Jordan Spieth is still in a state of shock and awe — it doesn’t seem like it has hit him yet that he just beat out Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy on his way to a first major championship. However, he’s still just 21 years old and wants to live it up while he still can. Even if that means taking a “#jetselfie” with double birdies flashing.
Warning: Spieth’s birdies may be a little NSFW.
While this picture is pretty great and illustrates what winning the Masters at the age of 21 looks like, it might give the game of golf a black eye.
The picture is pretty harmless, but the sport needs a role model and a young, well-spoken Masters winner is expected to be just that. He has become the second-youngest player to ever win the event and he even tied Tiger Woods’ record for a score of 18 under par.
His 28 birdies were also a record for the Masters, but these two extra birdies were probably not welcomed by the green jacket club. To clarify, these two birdies didn’t count toward his total of 28 because I know you were all probably wondering.
The kid just won his first major in the same year that he could have his first legal beer, and people are already worried about his image because he took a meaningless double-fisted middle finger selfie? Come on, folks.
You would be lying to yourself if you said you’ve never taken a “#jetselfie” with double middle fingers flashing. OK, maybe you’ve never been on a jet, or even taken a selfie, but if you can say with a straight face that you’ve never even done this pose as a joke, you’re lying to yourself.
Let the kid celebrate and just enjoy the “#jetselfie” that he provided for us.
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