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Dustin Johnson stood over a 12-foot, 4-inch eagle putt, and the stakes could not have been higher.
Jordan Spieth returns from his longest break during a calendar year hopeful that a fresh start will end his longest drought.
Jordan Spieth knows he can win the big ones. Perhaps that’s why he saves his best golf for them. The three-time major winner moved his name up the leaderboard at the British Open with a superb four-hole run near the end of the front nine. He birdied the fifth and sixth, then eagled the seventh and birdied the eighth. He ended up with a 4-under 67 in the second round at Royal Portrush to bring him to 5-under 137 overall on a mild morning on the Dunluce Links.
For three of golf’s biggest names with seven major titles between them, Moving Day at the U.S. Open came and went with barely a ripple.
Jordan Spieth and caddie Michael Greller endured another little mishap at the U.S. Open.
Jordan Spieth needs to win the PGA Championship for the career Grand Slam. Masters champion Tiger Woods needs to win the next three majors to capture an unprecedented calendar Grand Slam. Based on how their seasons have gone, the question now is who has the better chance.
Jordan Spieth has become an afterthought on the PGA Tour. Even at the course where he usually plays so well.
Tiger Woods is a winner again, making him more appealing at the Masters. Rory McIlroy is the betting favorite. This is good news for Jordan Spieth, who feels as though he comes into the Masters without any attention. He also comes to the Masters in the worst slump of his young career.
Peter Uihlein topped the leaderboard at 8-under 63 on Thursday in the Shriners Hospitals For Children Open, with Jordan Spieth three strokes back in his season debut.
Jordan Spieth went the entire PGA Tour season without a victory, and he was the only American on the Ryder Cup team who failed to reach the Tour Championship.
Since winning the PGA Championship last year, along with four more victories, Justin Thomas has stepped out of the shadow of Jordan Spieth and other young stars and into his own.
Jordan Spieth set the tone pulling driver on the 396-yard opening hole and sending it bouncing and rolling to 10 feet for eagle. Moments later, Tiger Woods sent the gallery into a frenzy with three straight birdies to get into contention at a major for the first time in five years. And the best might be yet to come in the British Open
The eve of the British Open felt like cramming for a final exam, a multiple choice one with no obvious answers. The wind that blows off the North Sea across the exposed links of Carnoustie has not been the primary concern during practice rounds. It’s how far the ball is going on the brown, brittle ground.
Jordan Spieth figured someone from the R&A would be waiting for him when he pulled into the parking lot at Carnoustie to take back the silver claret jug. Instead, he was part of a ceremony with enough pomp to drive home the point.
Jordan Spieth finished with a flurry and notched his best score at The Players Championship in 13 rounds. Hardly anyone noticed. Fan favorite Tiger Woods garnered most of the attention while Spieth was shooting a 7-under 65 in the third round. Woods and Spieth played a few groups apart and tied for the lowest score of the day. Spieth made six birdies on the back nine, including at each of the final three holes.
Jordan Spieth couldn’t do anything wrong the first 58 holes he played at The Players Championship. Since then, hardly anything has gone right. He shot a 75 on Thursday and was headed toward a fourth straight weekend off at the TPC Sawgrass. Spieth says he feels like he didn’t make many bad swings and got unlucky.
Dustin Johnson burned the edges. Jordan Spieth lipped out more than his fair share. Justin Thomas just never got comfortable on the greens.
No other course makes him more comfortable. Even more familiar than a sharp short game was his name atop the leaderboard at the Masters. Jordan Spieth appears to be back on his game with a 66. Tiger Woods? He has some catching up to do.
Jordan Spieth is trying to get back to the point that he stops thinking when he gets over a putt, and the AT&T National Pro-Am might provide the ideal environment for him. Sure, it helps that Spieth is the defending champion. He also can draw on his pro partner, Dustin Johnson, who doesn’t overthink anything
No one was more surprised by who won the Australian Open than the champion himself. Cameron Davis came from six shots behind going into the final round to win by one stroke on Sunday, shooting a 7-under 64 that included a birdie on the 18th and an eagle after holing a 100-meter approach shot.