Jordan Spieth may be from Texas, but he seems to be enjoying these past couple weeks in California. After Spieth silenced his critics, and some professional autograph seekers, with his record-setting ninth PGA Tour win at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, he stopped by Nobu Malibu on his way to L.A. for the Genisis Open, joining his coach Cameron McCormick and model Kelly Rohrbach to promote his new Under Armour golf shoe, the Spieth One.
Rohrbach, who played college golf at Georgetown and is currently a seven handicap, participated in a Q&A with Spieth and then squared off in a fierce putting competition. Apparently, Rohrbach held her own against the two-time major champion, making all four putts.
Not bad, considering you can hear Spieth say her putting stroke is “perfect.”
— Kelly Rohrbach (@kelly_rohrbach) February 15, 2017
Not bad at all.
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