If Jordan Spieth just had a good first round at The Masters, I would post the link for you to check out the recently revealed Under Armour Drive One, the brand’s first publicly available golf shoe. But Spieth didn’t just have a good day, he had a great day, scoring an 8-under 64 that gave him a three-stroke lead over the competition. Instead, I’m here to just show you pictures of Spieth wearing the shoe because if I link to the Drive One’s product page, you might come back and yell at me in the comments because it’s sold out.

Under Armour
Under Armour

Under Armour couldn’t have scripted this first day better even if they tried. Amazingly, Spieth’s day could have even been better because he was en route to tying the major record of 63 that was first set by Johnny Miller during the 1973 US Open in Oakmont (and if you know Johnny, he’s more than happy to talk about it), but a bogey on the 15th prevented that from happening.

Everybody knows there’s a long road between now and Sunday, and Spieth is going to have to beat history if he’s going to win because only one person with a Thursday lead in the last 30 years has gone on to wear the green jacket on Sunday. But for now, UA will take this victory to go along with the sold out Drive Ones on their website. Sorry…