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Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (22) / 7/27/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 185
College: University of Texas

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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. Nov 8 - 2:39 AM

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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.
Nov 7 - 2:55 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.
Nov 3 - 11:03 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.)
Oct 10 - 5:36 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.
Oct 10 - 12:09 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.
Oct 8 - 2:13 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.
Oct 6 - 10:06 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.
Sep 27 - 5:48 PM

Jordan Spieth navigated East Lake Golf Club in 2-under-par 35-33=68 to reach the three-quarter mark at 8-under 202, good for one-shot advantage over 36-hole leader Henrik Stenson.

After opening in 68 and bogey-free 66, Spieth began the day at 6-under and three adrift of playing partner Stenson. He began his 11th career round at East Lake with five consecutive pars prior to a failed sand save at the par-3 sixth, his first dropped shot in his last 29 holes. It was his only blemish on Saturday that included a momentum-saving par from 22'6" at the 494-yard par-4 16th and a two-putt par from 72'3" at the par-4 17th. The latter, his 81st straight hole without a three-putt, and tied Stenson for the lead, who bogeyed. Thru 17 holes, the 22-year-old had only circled two birdies on the day, both coming on par 5s, but saved his best for last, rolling in a 20-footer for the walk-off birdie-2 and the outright lead heading to championship Sunday.
Sep 26 - 4:03 PM

Jordan Spieth crafted a bogey-free, 4-under-par 33-33=66 in today's second round of the TOUR Championship, reaching the midpoint in 6-under 134, good for outright possession of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

And consider that he hit only nine greens in regulation at East Lake Golf Club today. Spieth birdied both par 5s, the first from 22-and-a-half feet at the ninth hole. He also walked off with birdie from 19'2" at the par-3 18th. His most challenging par save occurred at the par-3 sixth where he got up and down from a greenside bunker, pouring in the putt from 16'10". At last check, his strokes gained: tee-to-green for the round measured 2.627 and his strokes gained: putting read 3.036. Henrik Stenson currently sits atop the leaderboard, but Spieth is where he needs to be to have a reasonable chance to win the tournament and the FedExCup.
Sep 25 - 5:31 PM

Jordan Spieth signed for a 2-under-par 34-34=68 following his opening round of the TOUR Championship.

Spieth has little about which to complain with today's effort, except for the fact that he walked off positioned five shots off Henrik Stenson's overnight lead. The 22-year-old went 4-for-5 in scrambling with one bogey and scattered three birdies, including a pair from 10-14 feet. Perhaps his best hole of the day resulted in par, however. After finding the left rough off the tee at the par-4 10th, he could muscle his approach to only 67 yards short of the hole. After an average up, Spieth buried the par try from just inside 27 feet. You can't win tournaments on Thursdays, but he certainly didn't lose it today.
Sep 24 - 6:08 PM

Jordan Spieth is the 2-seed at this week's TOUR Championship.

The 22-year-old started the Playoffs atop the FedExCup standings, but then missed the first two cuts before rebounding for a T13 at the BMW Championship. Meanwhile, Jason Day played out of his mind to steal the top spot in points. However, each of the top five can win the FedExCup with a victory at East Lake this week. Spieth shared runner-up honors here in his debut in 2013, but drifted to T27 last year. In addition to the shiny, silver trophy that will be lifted for the ninth time, Spieth and Day are gunning for Player of the Year honors. The American is also in pursuit of the all-time record for earnings in a single season. He leads the PGA TOUR in dollars collected this season, but he's $359,701 in arrears of Vijay Singh's mark of $10.905 million in 2004. Spieth could finish as low as a two-way T4 (worth $363K) at East Lake to pass the Fijian.
Sep 23 - 5:22 PM

Jordan Spieth faded to a 1-under-par 31-39=70 in the final round of the BMW Championship to finish up his third appearance at 11-under 273 and projecting to maintain his second-place ranking the FedExCup standings.

After missing two consecutive cuts for the first time in his career to open the postseason, Spieth showed some signs of life this week in Lake Forest, Illinois. He began his final frame at 10-under (T11) posting 65-66-70 over the first three days but 10 adrift of 54-hole leader Jason Day. The 22-year-old continued to struggle with his ball-striking, finding just seven (of 14) fairways on Sunday, 13/28 for the weekend, and only 11 greens in regulation, 21 over his last 36 holes. He circled 19 birdies on the week and two eagles --including an ace-- but swallowed 10 bogeys and a double. The two-time major champ went out today in bogey-free 4-under 31, but opened the back in bogey-double-bogey-par-bogey to drop off the pace.
Sep 20 - 5:20 PM

Jordan Spieth hung up a 6-under-par 36-29=65 in the opening round of the BMW Championship and sits four strokes off the pace of playing partner Jason Day.

Day authored an eagle hole-out from a greenside bunker and flirted with 59, but Spieth one-upped the Aussie, literally. Wielding a 7-iron from 184 yards at the par-3 second, the two-time major champion connected for a hole-in-one. (You can view the shot at the link below.) After trading two bogeys and with two birdies on his opening nine (the back side of Conway Farms), the 1 thrust him into red numbers for good. Spieth followed with a chip-in from a tight lie for birdie from 26 yards at the par-4 third and added three birdies coming in. This score is a refreshing return to the norm for gamers after the 22-year-old opened the FedExCup Playoffs with a consecutive missed cuts (for the first time in his career) and four rounds over par.
Sep 18 - 9:03 AM

Jordan Spieth collapsed to a 2-over-par 36-37=73 in today's second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship to conclude his third appearance at 6-over 148, three outside the cut line with play winding down for the day.

Spieth's birdie at the par-5 finisher prevented him from registering his first birdie-free round since the 2013 Greenbrier Classic, during his rookie season. The lone par breaker (from 8'10") was outpaced by three back-nine bogeys at Nos. 13, 14 and 17, the latter a three-putt from 29'8". The 22-year-old opened his round with 12 consecutive pars prior to playing his final six in 2-over. After last week's 7-over showing at The Barclays, he's now missed consecutive cuts for the first time in his brief but storied career. The two-time major champ entered the FedExCup Playoffs with a commanding lead atop the FEC points standings, so despite the early departures in the first two events, Spieth will most likely remain in the top five heading to the BMW Championship on Sept. 17-20.
Sep 5 - 6:34 PM