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Age / DOB:  (22) / 7/27/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 185

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Jordan Spieth carded a 4-under-par 35-33=68 on his way to an 11-under 277 total that earned him T5 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.
Spieth never quite got to grips with the greens after a decent showing on the first day when he needed just 26 strokes on the putting surface. Thereafter he need another 89 swings of the putter and it left him shy of the leaders, and in truth always chasing their shadows. He was 16-for-22 when missing the greens and now heads to Asia for the Singapore Open prior to his return to PGA Tour action. Jan 24 - 8:35 AM

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Jordan Spieth had to play second fiddle to playing partner Rory McIlroy but is in position to launch another title bid after an opening 4-under-par 34-34=68 on day one of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.

That's another good day at the office for the World No.1 and taking just two more shots than four-time Abu Dhabi runner-up McIlroy (66) is just fine given that it was Spieth's first competitive round at Abu Dhabi GC. The American wunderkind picked off birdies at 15, 18, 1, 4, 6 and 9 while giving two back with bogeys at 2 (a par 5) and 5. Once again, Spieth did much of his best work on the greens, taking just 24 putts. "Those greens are rolling about as pure as any I've ever putted on," he said later. On the live leaderboard, the 22-year-old is handily placed in T6, four swings behind compatriot Bryson DeChambeau.
Jan 21 - 6:06 AM

Overnight leader Jordan Spieth cruised to a 6-under-par 34-33=67 in today's final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions to wrap his second appearance at 30-under 262, good for an eight-shot win over defending champ Patrick Reed.

After opening in 66-64-65, the World No. 1 led after 36 and 54 holes, respectively, entering the finale with a five-shot margin over playing partner Brooks Koepka. On his round, he split 11 (of 15) fairways and hit 15 greens in regulation, circling birdies at Nos. 2, 6, 9, 10, 15, 16 and a walk-off from 8'9" at the par-5 18th. The 22-year-old bogeyed just two holes on the week, both coming at the par-3 eighth, including today, and ended with a field-leading 28 birdies and two eagles. This is Spieth's seventh TOUR victory in his 77th start as a pro and ties Tiger Woods for second-most victories on TOUR prior to the age of 23. While his 30-under aggregate came up one shy of Ernie Els' tourney record (2003), he served notice to the world that he doesn't plan on slowing down one bit after last season's five-win campaign.
Jan 10 - 10:05 PM

Overnight leader Jordan Spieth fired an 8-under-par 33-32=65 in today's third round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions to post 24-under 195, good for a five-shot lead over Brooks Koepka, who shot a career-best 10-under 63.

After opening in 66-64, Spieth began with a four-shot lead over three players, including playing partner Kevin Kisner. He finally dropped his first shot of the tourney with bogey-4 at the eighth after missing the green, but erased it with seven birdies and a walk-off eagle at the par-5 18th after nearly holing his second from 250 yards. The 22-year-old hit just 11 greens in regulation in R3, but it didn't matter as he posted a remarkable 1.364 putts per GIR. His set included four straight on Nos. 3-7 and was highlighted later by a 46-foot bomb on the par-4 12th. The World No. 1 is 13-under on 12 par 5s played thus far this week and is four of eight when holding the 54-hole lead/co-lead, including four straight victories.
Jan 9 - 8:09 PM

Jordan Spieth smoothed a bogey-free 9-under-par 31-33=64 in today's second round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions to post 16-under 130, good for a four-shot margin over three players.

For a second consecutive day, Spieth played in the final pairing with Patrick Reed, trailing him by one at the outset. This time, the World No. 1 struck back, besting his partner by five and taking command of the tourney. Spieth, blemish-free thru 36 holes, landed 17 greens in regulation for a second straight day en route to the low round of the week thus far. His seven birdies on Friday matched his total from yesterday, and he added an chip-in eagle at the par-5 ninth for good measure. As would be expected, the 22-year-old leads/co-leads the field in several stats, including a cumulative mark of 6.625 in strokes gained: tee-to-green.
Jan 8 - 9:57 PM

Jordan Spieth is in a familiar position near the top of the leaderboard after a bogey-free, 7-under-par 33-33=66 in round one of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

Spieth traded blows with his sparring partner, Patrick Reed, all day and eventually finished one stroke shy by day's end. The Texas Longhorn product picked up right where he left off in 2015, finishing the round ranked third in strokes gained:tee-to-green and seventh in putting. Spieth has now posted all five of his career Kapalua rounds at 3-under or better.
Jan 7 - 10:29 PM

World No. 1 Jordan Spieth readies for his second Hyundai Tournament of Champions after finishing solo second in 2014, one shot back of champion Zach Johnson.

The reigning FedExCup champion and PGA TOUR Player of the Year was a five-time winner last year, matching Jason Day's season total with a four-shot win at the TOUR Championship. At 22 years, 2 months, became the youngest FEC and TOUR Championship winner. He also won the Valspar, the Masters, the U.S. Open and the John Deere Classic where he shot a career-best 10-under 61 in the third round. Spieth, an early 4/1 outright fave at the HTOC, has made one official TOUR start thus far in 2015-16 finishing T7 at the 77-man no-cut WGC-HSBC Champions but elsewhere, posted T2 at the Emirates Australian Open and solo fourth at the 18-man Hero World Challenge.
Jan 4 - 9:15 AM

Jordan Spieth managed only a 2-under-par 36-34=70 for his final round of the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions and posted 15-under 273.

He signed his card positioned T7 and two strokes off the 72-hole clubhouse lead. The 22-year-old set the tone for the day with a bogey-5 at the first hole. He go one to exchange four birdies with another bogey but he failed to pay off that brilliant bogey-free 63 on Saturday. Despite the mild fade, this will go in the books as his best finish in seven tries in a strokes-play WGC. He can now focus on defending the Emirates Australian Open on Nov. 26-29.
Sun, Nov 8, 2015 02:39:00 AM

Jordan Spieth finally ignited his challenge at the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai with a third-round 9-under-par 32-31=63, good enough for the clubhouse lead.

After shooting what he described as a "lazy" 72 on Friday, Spieth charged into contention with a bogey-free lap of Sheshan International Golf Club today. It's hoisted him to 13-under 2013 after 54 holes and up to T5 on the live leaderboard. Right now, that's three behind Russell Knox, who still has five to play. The American never went more than two holes without a birdie and picked up shots at 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 and 18. After the year he's had, it would come as no surprise if Spieth completed his weekend charge and lifted yet another trophy tomorrow.
Sat, Nov 7, 2015 02:55:00 AM

Reigning PGA TOUR Player of the Year Jordan Spieth opens his season with his third consecutive appearance in the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in Shanghai, China.

Spieth checks just about all the boxes at this week's WGC-HSBC at Sheshan International Golf Club. One box he hasn't checked, is a WGC title. In six career stroke-play WGC's, his best finish is T10 at last season's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. At Sheshan, he's posted a T35 and solo 17th, respectively, and holds a scoring average of 71.00 over the par-72 track. Last season's T35 ended in 74-72-74. All that said, the World No. 2 in the Official World Golf Ranking is coming off a five-win campaign, including two major championships and culminating with his four-shot victory at the TOUR Championship and the FedExCup crown. The 22-year-old is the top-ranked player in the field with OWGR No. 1 Jason Day sitting this one out. He went 3-2-0 in his five Presidents Cup matches in the American team’s victory in South Korea.
Tue, Nov 3, 2015 11:03:00 AM

Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed slammed the door in the dark on Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel in their Saturday four-ball match at the Presidents Cup, winning comfortably 3 and 2.

Day lost to Spieth twice today and saw some vintage swagger in the process. The 22-year-old connected birdie-wins at Nos. 7, 8 and 9 to assume a 2-up lead at the turn. The latter two conversions measured 10'8" and 32'5". Reed contributed with a birdie for the win from 12'7" at the par-4 11th, but Spieth stole the spotlight when he holed out from a bunker 63 feet and one inch away at the par-4 12th, also for birdie and the win. Now 4-up, the Americans pushed Day and Schwartzel to dormie at 14. The Internationals extended with a birdie-4 at 15, but the match would conclude with pars for both teams at the par-4 16th. With only Sunday singles remaining, the U.S. owns a 9½-8½ lead. All 12 participants on both teams will play in the finale. Play is scheduled to begin at 9:15 a.m. local time (or 8:15 p.m. ET on Saturday in the U.S.)
Sat, Oct 10, 2015 05:36:00 AM

With wins on the last two holes of their foursomes match on Saturday at the Presidents Cup, Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson hung up a 1-up victory over Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel.

Spieth connected for both conversions, the first from seven-and-a-half feet for birdie at the par-3 17th, and then from seven feet for par at the par-5 last. Jason Day had opportunities to match on both. His whiff at the penultimate hole started 12'4" from the hole, but he would have needed his look from just inside 18 feet at the last to drop to force a halve. However, after he found a fairway bunker off the tee, Schwartzel failed to escape. That opened the door for the Americans. It's a bitter loss for the Internationals given they turned in 3 up. Alas, they lost the par-4 10th after incurring a penalty off the tee, and then conceded the par-4 14th after another penalty. Both sides went 1-1-2 in this session. As four matches in four-ball begins, the U.S. holds a 7½-6½ lead.
Sat, Oct 10, 2015 12:09:00 AM

Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson took down Marc Leishman and Danny Lee 4 and 3 in Thursday foursomes at the Presidents Cup.

To absolutely no one's surprise, Spieth won the first two holes with putts. The first was for a mere par at the par-4 first because the Internationals didn't find the green until their third stroke. Spieth then converted birdie from 20'5" at the par-4 second for the speedy 2-up margin. Leishman cut the deficit in half with a birdie-3 from just 7'1" at the par-4 ninth (which the American bogeyed anyway), but concessions to the U.S. at Nos. 10 and 11 opened a 3-up lead. The duos traded wins at 13 (U.S.) and 14 (Internationals) before the match ended at the par-5 15th with one more concession, this time after Spieth lagged to 18 inches for par from 28'8" and the Internationals laying five from five feet. With one match remaining today, the U.S. leads 3-1.
Thu, Oct 8, 2015 02:13:00 AM

Jordan Spieth looks to lead Team United States at this week's Presidents Cup.

The youngster already has one Presidents Cup and one Ryder Cup under his belt. He's posted a team-play record of 4-1-1 while surprisingly losing out on both of his singles matches. After posting a 2-0-1 record with Patrick Reed by his side, gamers should expect the duo to reunite this week for an encore. The winner of the 2015 Jack Nicklaus Trophy continues to raise the bar week-in and week-out. This week in Incheon, Korea, should be no different.
Tue, Oct 6, 2015 10:06:00 PM

Jordan Spieth hung up a 1-under-par 34-35=69 in the finale of the TOUR Championship to wrap his third appearance at 9-under 271, good for a resounding, four-shot victory over a trio of runners-up.

After opening the tournament 68-66-68, Spieth put on a putting display for the ages en route to his fifth title of the season and 15th top 10 in 25 starts. At 22 years of age, he also becomes the youngest FedExCup champion by over five years, supplanting last year's victor, Billy Horschel. Spieth began his final frame at 8-under, one shot clear of Henrik Stenson. The American holed a birdie from just inside 10 feet at No. 2, but then dropped a shot at the fifth and added another with a three-jack 4 at No. 6, thus ending a streak of 86 holes without a three-putt. True to form, the would-be-champ rebounded with a 21-footer at the par-4 eighth and added an 18-footer at the par-5 ninth. Following his third bogey at 10, he dropped a dagger for birdie at the par-3 11th from 46'7" to complete his scoring. Four par putts from between five and nine feet over his final four holes secured his sixth career victory. Spieth earned a PGA TOUR-record $12,030,465 this season.
Sun, Sep 27, 2015 05:48:00 PM