All we've heard about in the lead up to this week's U.S. Open is how difficult it is to get around Oakmont.
Hearing the top players in the world moan and groan about how hard a course is might be refreshing to a lot of us, while it might even bring about an eye roll -- as in, quit yer complainin'.
That said, even the toughest of critics has to sympathize at least a touch with defending U.S. Open champ Jordan Spieth (even par) after this happened to him on the 17th hole with his second shot in Round 1 right before the day's second weather delay:
That shot looked so good... until it didn't.
"How is that in the bunker?" Spieth yelled to no one in particular. Fair question.
And, keep in mind -- that was on a green that's been taking a lot of water the last 24 hours.
Once players return from the delay, Spieth will be facing a tricky bunker shot instead of a tap-in birdie. Tough luck.