The 2018 PGA Championship is well underway. The world's best golfers are in St. Louis, Mo., at the Bellerive Country Club to take on the year's final major.
Second round action kicked off Friday morning and the leaderboard is flush with birdies thus far. Jordan Spieth it attempting to win the career Grand Slam this week as the PGA Championship is the only major he has yet to win.
Spieth got off to a rocky start on Thursday with a double-bogey to open his round. He battled back to post a one-over 71 on the day.
Friday morning rolled around and Spieth is taking advantage of the course. The youngster is two-under on the day, but had a very uncharacteristic reaction to a bad shot earlier in the day.
Spieth drove the ball into a creek running along the fairway and was visibly upset.
The 24-year-old reacted as though he was skipping rocks. Clearly Spieth wasn't happy with his drive off the tee, but he should be happy with the result.
Despite the one-stroke penalty, Spieth managed to save par with a beautiful shot onto the green.
As it stands now Spieth is two-under and eight back of the leaders.