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Jordan Spieth |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (21) / 7/27/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 185
College: University of Texas

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Jordan Spieth twirled a 5-under-par 33-31=64 in today's second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship.
The hometown favorite connected for seven birdies at TPC Four Seasons today. That set included a tap-in at the modified par-3 14th hole. He also swallowed two bogey-5s, but still signed for his lowest aggregate of 18 competitive rounds at TPC Four Seasons. Prior to today, Spieth hadn't scored better than 67, so even with the adjustment to overall par today, it was his best round. At 6-under 133, the 21-year-old is just three strokes in arrears of the 36-hole clubhouse lead. May 29 - 5:00 PM

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Jordan Spieth painted a 5-under-par 31-34=65 in the final round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial and his 11-under 269 was good for a three-way tie for second with Brandt Snedeker and Jason Bohn.

Spieth holed his 18'7" birdie putt on the 18th, sending the Sunday gallery into a frenzy, but alas, he would fall one short of the winner Chris Kirk. The Dallas native, who now has three seconds to go with two victories this season, began the day at 6-under (T10) and five shots back of the lead. On the round, he striped 12 (of 14) fairways and landed 16 greens in regulation. Of note, he hit all seven fairways and all nine GIR on his inward half. Spieth's five-birdie set included rolls from 27'1" and 22'8" on Nos. 5 and 6, respectively. His lone blemish came as a three-putt from 48'1" on the par-3 16th. This is a career best in three appearances at Colonial for the 21-year-old. The FedExCup points leader collected 208 FedExCup points for his effort and now owns a 630-point margin over Jimmy Walker in second place.
May 24 - 5:47 PM

Jordan Spieth bobbed and weaved to a 3-under-par 32-35=67 in today's third round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational to post 6-under 204.

Spieth responded to his 3-over 73 in yesterday's second round with a six-birdie tour (covering three bogeys) to put him back to within shouting distance of the lead. The Dallas native began the day T15 and seven shots adrift, and would stripe nine (of 14) fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation. Three of his par breakers came outside of 13 feet with a long of 17'1" on the par-4 third. The 21-year-old would also add a circle of the zero-putt variety, holing out from 11 yards right of the target on the par-4 ninth. For his efforts, Spieth moved up five spots to shared tenth and his deficit is now five heading into the final frame.
May 23 - 4:50 PM

Overnight co-leader Jordan Spieth followed his splendid 64 in the opener of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial with a 3-over-par 34-39=73 in today's second round.

Spieth was cruising along again today, reaching bogey-free 2-under through 12 holes to sit bogey-free 8-under through 30 before the wheels fell off. He missed the green with his tee ball at the par-3 fourth en route to a bogey. He then made an absolute mess of the par-4 fifth where he two-putted from just inside 20 feet for a triple bogey. Spieth added a bogey-4 at No. 8 where he found a greenside bunker. So, at 3-under 137, he's five shots back of Ian Poulter's 36-hole clubhouse lead.
May 22 - 2:40 PM

With a bogey-free, 6-under-par 32-32=64 in his opening round of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial, Jordan Spieth shares the overnight lead with Kevin Na, Boo Weekley and Ryo Ishikawa.

Spieth walked off with a zero-putt six-yarder for birdie at the par-4 18th hole. Prior to it, he buried five birdies, four of which from outside 11 feet. That set included conversions from 24'10" at the par-5 first hole and 22'2" at the par-4 10th. Overall, the 21-year-old found seven (of 14) fairways and 14 greens in regulation. Both of his strokes-gained split resided north of 2.615 at last check. This is a personal low in nine rounds of competition at Colonial.
May 21 - 9:20 PM

Jordan Spieth completed two rounds of THE PLAYERS in 3-over-par 75-72=147 and missed the cut by three strokes.

This illustrates the fickleness of TPC Sawgrass. Spieth is one of the hottest golfers right now and he shared fourth place in his debut last year. Yet, he was visible frustrated and out of sync in both rounds. For the record, he found nine (of 14) fairways in each, but totaled only 16 greens in regulation and erased five birdies with eight bogeys. The plethora of other notables with the weekend off includes: 145--Ryan Moore; Justin Rose; Brooks Koepka; Daniel Berger; Matt Kuchar; Brendan Steele; Keegan Bradley ... 146--Jimmy Walker; Harris English; Lee Westwood; Danny Willett ... 147--Brandt Snedeker; Shawn Stefani; Scott Piercy; Hunter Mahan; Shane Lowry ... 149--Nick Watney; Ryan Palmer; Kevin Streelman; Phil Mickelson ... 150--Jason Day ... 151--Matt Jones ... 152--Sean O'Hair ... 153--Gary Woodland; Luke Donald.
May 8 - 7:48 PM

Jordan Spieth settled for a 3-over-par 38-37=75 in today's opening round of THE PLAYERS.

Spieth held a share of the 54-hole lead in his debut last year, and then closed with 74 to place T4. So, in the context of TPC Sawgrass "winning," it's happened in consecutive rounds for the Masters' champ. He found nine (of 14) fairways but only nine greens in regulation today. That led to five bogeys, including a pair of 6s. Birdies from 35'3" at 13 and 10'6" at 2 helped ease the sting of the negative, but he'll have some work to do if he's going to add PLAYERS champion to his rapidly growing résumé.
May 7 - 2:41 PM

Jordan Spieth did his thing in a 4-and-3 victory over Matt Every in today's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

It's so hard not to let your hopes up, isn't it? But he just keeps delivering. Every held the early upper hand today. With birdies on the first two holes, the winner at Bay Hill gave Spieth reason to be concerned. Ha! The wunderkind closed out the front nine birdie-birdie-birdie-birdie, winning three of those holes to make the turn 1-up. Every found only pars the rest of the way, while Spieth picked off three more birdies. The match ended on the par-4 15th with Spieth's seventh birdie of the day. He's 2-0 and will face Lee Westwood on Friday. Every cannot advance with an 0-2 record, but he'll get paid to play Mikko Ilonen in the third round.
Apr 30 - 9:04 PM

Jordan Spieth breezed to a 4-and-2 victory over Mikko Ilonen in the first round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

For once today, a match ended as expected. Ilonen was the last man in the field and he navigated TPC Harding Park in bogey-free 2-under-par, but Spieth was just that much better despite one bogey. The reigning Masters' champion converted seven birdies, all for wins. The matched concluded at the par-4 16th where Spieth recorded a 3. This drops Ilonen to 0-2 in his career in the tournament. He was lauded for emerging with the trophy at the Volvo World Match Play Championship last October. It's a similar format but features only 16 golfers, not including Spieth. The 21-year-old will give Matt Every all he wants in the second round. Ilonen will square off against a familiar face in fellow Euro, Lee Westwood.
Apr 29 - 6:22 PM

Jordan Spieth concluded his Masters' victory lap with a 1-under-par 33-37=70 in today's final round of the RBC Heritage.

After a wire-to-wire title at Augusta National and whirlwind media tour that followed, Spieth not only kept his commitment to play the RBC Heritage, but he contended. The 21-year-old entered the final round T8 and five shots back, conjuring discussion on whether he could join Bernhard Langer as the only man to have won the green and tartan jackets in successive weeks. The FedExCup leader stayed in the hunt, circling three birdies on his outward nine against zero bogeys. He suffered his first bogey on the par-4 10th. After pars on Nos. 11-13 dimmed his fading chances of joining the tartan army, they disappeared completely with a double bogey at the par-3 14th. He landed at 10-under 274, good for a four-way share of 11th place. Spieth will now rest before the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship on April 29-May 3.
Apr 19 - 6:44 PM

Jordan Spieth signed for a 3-under-par 35-33=68 in his third round of the RBC Heritage to post 9-under 204, and is in touch with the 54-hole leader at five shots back.

Spieth entered the third round in a five-way tie for seventh and six shots off the pace of the 54-hole leader. He got his one and only bogey of the round out of the way quickly on the par-4 first, chipping from 14 yards short of the hole and missing the 3'7" putt for par. The 21-year-old got that stroke back with a two-putt birdie on the par-5 second, one of three birdies on the day at each of the par 5s for the Masters champion. The par 5s aside however, he could muster only one more birdie on the round, which came from 18'11" on the par-4 11th and was the only putt of significant length he dropped. It was a grind-it-out kind of round for Spieth, finding just eight (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation. Save for the bogey on the first, Spieth went 5-for-5 in scrambles the rest of the way to keep him in contention.
Apr 18 - 9:27 PM

In just another day at the office, 21-year-old Jordan Spieth blistered Harbour Town Golf Links for a bogey-free, 9-under-par 31-31=62 in today's second round of the RBC Heritage.

Spieth is proving how maturity, balance and a positive attitude can yield success. Of course, to be really good at something doesn't hurt. He split eight (of 14) fairways and went 4-for-4 in scrambling today. Spieth buried nine birdies, including a roll from 19'3" at the par-3 14th hole and a hole-out from 14 yards from in front of the green at the par-4 eighth. He went 16-for-16 from inside 13 feet. The aggregate equals his career low in 220 rounds as a professional on the PGA TOUR (final round, 2013 Deutsche Bank Championship). The course record at Harbour Town is 61 by David Frost in 1991. At 6-under 136, Spieth is just two strokes off Matt Kuchar's 36-hole clubhouse lead on Hilton Head Island.
Apr 17 - 1:13 PM

Jordan Spieth settled for a 3-over-par 37-37=74 in today's opening round of the RBC Heritage.

Cut him some slack, will ya? After two days in New York City and nothing more than practice on the range at Harbour Town before he pierced the turf on the tee at the first hole, it's understandable that he'd fall off the pace. Spieth split six (of 14) fairways and landed only eight greens in regulation in windy conditions today. He found only one birdie, that a 4 at the 15th hole where he arrived 4-over on the round. Today's score ends a streak of 16 straight rounds under par. Afterwards, he told Golf Channel that it was an off-day but didn't make any excuses. He reiterated that at no time did he think about not playing despite last week's monumental success at Augusta National. Spieth signed his card positioned eight strokes off the pace of the overnight co-leaders.
Apr 16 - 6:52 PM

Jordan Spieth did it all en route to winning the 79th edition of the Masters, becoming the fifth wire-to-wire champion in tournament history.

Spieth set the tone early with a birdie at the par-4 first hole. He added birdies at 3, 8, 10, 13 and 15 to help ease the sting of four bogeys, including a walk-off 5 at the 18th, but the 21-year-old posted 18-under 270, four strokes lower than co-runners-up Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose. Spieth's final birdie bumped him to 19-under, the first time anyone has ever been that low at the Masters. His aggregate matches Tiger Woods' tournament record of 1997 when Woods was 21 himself, but Spieth stands alone at the top all-time in total birdies in a single edition with 28. He ranked T2 in greens in regulation (54) and played the par 5s in 12-under with 13 birdies and a bogey. He's now exempt for life at Augusta National and has earned berths into the other three majors through 2019. If there's one question whose answer we don't know, it's if he's going to honor his commitment to this week's RBC Heritage.
Apr 12 - 7:20 PM

Jordan Spieth bobbed and weaved his way to a 2-under-par 35-35=70 in his third round of the 79th Masters to post 16-under 200, good for a four-stroke margin entering the final round.

In so many ways, this was classic Spieth. He hit 14 greens in regulation but still squared three bogeys and a double. Consider that he gave back only one shot on his first 36 holes. However, on the strength of a confidence putting stroke, he rallied for, count 'em, seven birdies, three each on par 3s and par 5s. He concluded his walk with an impeccable up-and-down from an elevated lie behind a greenside bunker at the par-4 18th. After establishing the new 36-hole aggregate in the tournament, Spieth added the new mark for the opening 54 holes today, going one lower than Raymond Floyd (1976) and Tiger Woods (1997). Spieth's 22 birdies is three shy of Phil Mickelson's tournament record in 2001. Of course, none of those accolades will mean anything to the 21-year-old unless he adds the green jacket on Sunday. If he's able to achieve it, Spieth will be the fifth wire-to-wire winner in tournament history and first since Floyd in 1976.
Apr 11 - 7:19 PM