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Jordan Spieth

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

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Defending champion Jordan Spieth finished off his fifth U.S. Open appearance with a 5-over-par 39-36=75 and a four-day total of 9-over 289, down 10 places on the leaderboard to T37.
The World No. 2 had a forgettable week at Oakmont CC, posting rounds of 72-72-70-75. The opening 72 snapped a streak of nine consecutive major championships with an opening round of par or better (dating to 2014 Masters). For the week, the 22-year-old circled 11 birdies against 15 bogeys, one double, and one triple. He landed half (of 56) fairways, hit just 56 percent of the greens (40/72), and totaled a disappointing 120 putts, lowlighted by a four-putt triple bogey-6 (from 16 feet) at the par-3 sixth in the finale. Jun 19 - 6:51 PM

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Defending and two-time major champion Jordan Spieth is at Oakmont CC for the 116th U.S. Open Championship and is scheduled off No. 10 tee in Round 1 at 8:35 a.m. ET with Zach Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau.

In his fourth appearance, Spieth won last year at Chambers Bay as a pre-tourney 8/1 co-fave with then-World No. 1 Rory McIlroy, who finished T9. He co-led with three others thru 54 holes, and claimed his second straight major (Masters) with a closing 1-under 69 out of the penultimate twosome. The Texan entered the week as World No. 2, the FedExCup leader, and coming off a T3 (Memorial), T30 (Byron Nelson) and T2 (Colonial). He arrives this week again as World No. 2, third in FEC points, and coming off a T57 (Memorial), Win (DEAN & DELUCA), and T18 (Byron Nelson). The 22-year-old finished T2 at the Masters in April defending his first major title. He led after each of the first three rounds and led by five with nine holes remaining, but cratered to a two-way T2 after a back-nine 41.
Source: USOpen.com
Jun 14 - 12:28 PM

Overnight leader Jordan Spieth rallied for a 5-under-par 35-30=65 in today's final round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to post 17-under 263, good for a three-shot win over runner-up Harris English, and his eighth PGA TOUR title in his 95th career start.

The Texan claims his second title of the season in his 12th event and first since the 2016 Hyundai TOC in January, where he also was the 54-hole leader. He was part of a three-way T2 here last year in his third appearance, and returned to finish the job, winning in his home state for the first time on TOUR. The 22-year-old began the finale with a one-shot lead over two players. He opened with nine consecutive pars, highlighted by a 32'2" par-saver at the eighth, and trailed English by two at the break. Spieth came home in six-birdie one-bogey 30, including three straight on Nos. 10-12, and three consecutive to finish, culminating with a pitch-in birdie on the 71st hole and a walk-off birdie-3 from 34'0".
May 29 - 6:05 PM

Jordan Spieth smoothed a 5-under-par 32-33=65 in today's third round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to reach the three-quarter mark on 12-under 198, good for a one-shot lead over Ryan Palmer, who shot 66, and 36-hole co-leader Webb Simpson (67).

The Texan squared a lone bogey, his first in his last 29 holes, but it came on his final hole. His tee shot on the 18th was pulled left into the rough, stymied by a tree, and was unable to get up-and-down from 28 yards short of the green, missing his par putt from nine feet. It was a somewhat disappointing finish to what was otherwise a vintage navigation of Colonial CC. Spieth mustered four (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation with five conventional birdies, each from inside of 12 feet, and added a chip-in from 31'11" away at the 11th for birdie-4. This is his third 54-hole lead of the season winning the Hyundai TOC by eight and losing the Masters by three.
May 28 - 6:58 PM

Jordan Spieth made a splash during round two of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational, signing a 4-under-par 31-35=66 to reach the midpoint at 7-under 133, just one stroke off the current clubhouse leader Webb Simpson.

Unlike day one when Spieth opened with a birdie bomb, he three-jacked his opening hole this time around, swallowing a bogey at the par-4 10th hole to kick things off. He bounced back with birdies in two of the next three holes to get his round back to red numbers. The Texas Longhorn missed the backstop by inches at the par-3 16th hole, leaving himself a near impossible putt, leading to a second three-putt of the round. Spieth picked up steam as he made the turn, though, circling birdies in four of his next five holes. A missed 17'2" putt at the par-4 third hole being the only thing that unchained the potential 5-hole birdie train. This goes in the books as the low round of the day, as well. Unlike last week, the Dallas native's ball-striking looks to be in top-shape as he's split 16 (of 28) fairways and landed 28 greens in regulation through two rounds.
May 27 - 7:33 PM

Jordan Spieth squeezed the most scoring juice out of an average ball-striking round, signing for a 3-under-par 33-34=67 during the opening round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational.

The Dallas native and resident split just six (of 14) fairways but still found 14 greens in regulation. Gusty conditions made it tough off the tee this afternoon, but six fairways hit is still well below field average. He managed his way around the course, though, missing in the right spots and rolling in some classic Spieth bombs. The first was a 20'8" birdie at the opening par-5 first. Later he splashed in a 25'2" long-distance birdie at the par-4 ninth. The Texas Longhorn product has opened his three previous appearances at Colonial Country Club with rounds of 65, 67, and 64. All three of those starts yielded top 15s, so Spieth is in great position through day one.
May 26 - 8:07 PM

World No. 2 Jordan Spieth carved out a 3-under-par 32-35=67 in today's third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson for a three-day tally of 14-under 196, two adrift of 54-hole leader Brooks Koepka.

The Dallas native and resident played with Koepka in the final group along with 36-hole leader Ben Crane, whom they both trailed by one. He entered the third frame on 11-under 129 (64-65), his new low 36-hole opening score on TOUR (130 two times - 2015/Masters and 2016 Hyundai TOC; both wins). The 22-year-old struggled with his ball-striking, landing just seven (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, posting -0.201 in SGTTG. He salvaged the lap with 2.370 in SGP and circling five for 1.545 putts per GIR. Spieth's longest conversion was 19'1" at the par-3 17th but chased with a walk-off bogey-5, unable to save par from the trees. He also bogeyed the 14th after putting this tee ball in the water, but did so with a one-putt from 22'8".
May 21 - 6:45 PM

Jordan Spieth authored a 5-under-par 34-31=65 in round two of the AT&T Byron Nelson to post 11-under 129, good for a share of the 36-hole clubhouse lead with Brooks Koepka. UPDATE: With play completed, Spieth is in a four-way T2, one back of 36-hole leader Ben Crane.

Starting on the back nine, the 22-year-old sandwiched bogey at the par-3 13th with birdies at 12 and 14, the latter dropping from 21'4". The 3-putt bogey at 13 (from 38'4") was his lone blemish in R2, and was the only hole he bogeyed in R1 as well. Spieth capped his outward half with three straight circles on 16-18, highlighted by a 35-footer for birdie-2 at the 17th. He added a two-putt birdie at the par-5 seventh to complete his scoring. Thru 36 holes, the Texan has peppered 33/36 greens in regulation, 17 in R2, and is currently T1 in that stat at 91.67 percent. His 129 total is his low 36-hole opening score on TOUR (previously 130 two times - both wins).
May 20 - 1:50 PM

Jordan Spieth opened his week at the AT&T Byron Nelson with a 6-under-par 32-32=64, rebounding nicely from his missed cut at THE PLAYERS and placing himself just one stroke shy of the co-leaders.

Spieth opened his day with a chip-in birdie at the par-4 first hole, silencing any talks of a possible slump. He would not give himself many more chances to repeat that chip-in as he landed 16 of his last 17 greens in regulation. He added six more birdies along the way, splashing in three from outside 13 feet. The lone blemish of the round came at the par-3 13th hole where he missed a 5'10" par-saving attempt. This round matches his career low here at TPC Four Seasons Resort (R2,2015), but eclipses his best opening round at the Nelson by four strokes. Given his missed cut at last week's PLAYERS and no top 15s on his Byron Nelson resume, this is a fantastic start for the Dallas native.
May 19 - 9:19 PM

World No. 2 Jordan Spieth sleepwalked to a 1-under-par 36-35=71 in the two-day second round of THE PLAYERS and at 1-under 72-71=143, missed the cut by one stroke.

A total of 76 players made the cut on 2-under 142. This was Spieth's first action since his Sun. collapse at the Masters and his third PLAYERS, having missed the cut last year and T4 on debut in 2014. For the abbreviated week, he circled nine birdies against six bogeys and one double. Spieth was 1-under thru 14 holes on Fri. (1-under total) and returned on Sat. to play his final four holes in even-par. The AT&T athlete is in the published field at next week's AT&T Byron Nelson. Other notable early exits include: 143- Kevin Na; Patrick Reed; defender Rickie Fowler; J.B. Holmes; Danny Willett; 2007 champ Phil Mickelson; Charley Hoffman ... 144- Luke Donald ... 145- Ryan Moore; Kevin Kisner ... 147- Charles Howell III; Brandt Snedeker ... 150- 2009 champ Henrik Stenson ... 153- Jimmy Walker.
May 14 - 11:05 AM

World No. 2 Jordan Spieth tackles the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass at this week's PLAYERS.

Spieth held his pre-tourney presser today (Wed.) and said the things you'd expect him to say regarding his Sunday collapse at the Masters -- he led by five with nine holes remaining but shot 41 for a two-way T2. Most importantly, Spieth stated it's behind him. The 22-year-old is back in action for the first time since (five weeks) and pegs it for a third time at THE PLAYERS. He co-led after 54 holes on debut in 2014, but closed in 2-over 74 for T4, and missed the cut last year (by three) after rounds of 75-72. The reigning FedExCup champ is currently 7th in the standings with eight top 25s in nine starts, four for top 10s.
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 11 - 1:39 PM

Overnight leader and defending champion Jordan Spieth bobbed and weaved to a 1-over-par 32-41=73 in the final round of the 80th Masters to conclude his third appearance on 2-under 286, good for a two-way T2, three adrift of champion Danny Willett.

The World No. 2's title defense began with a tourney-low bogey-free 66 to lead by two. He clung to a one-shot lead after a second-round 74 and remained one clear to begin the finale despite a third-round 73. The 22-year-old kicked off with a two-putt birdie on the par-5 second and saved a '3' at four with a one-putt from 12'0". He squared bogey with a failed scramble on the par-4 fifth but bounced-back with a 15-foot birdie-2 at six, and went back-to-back with birdie from 36 inches at the seventh. Spieth added a third straight at the eighth and a fourth straight at nine from 21'0" to turn 4-under on the day and five ahead. He bogeyed 10 and 11 on failed scrambles before watering two on the par-3 12th, eventually one-putting for a quad bogey-7. Spieth fought back with birdies on the par-5 12th and 15th before missing birdie from 8'0" at 16 and then squared his fourth bogey at the 17th. He had converted his last five 54-hole leads/co-leads and drops to 5-for-10 overall.
Apr 10 - 7:57 PM

Overnight leader and defending champ Jordan Spieth patched together a 1-over-par 35-38=73 in today's third round of the 80th Masters to post 3-under 213, good for a one-shot lead over Masters debutant and PGA TOUR rookie Smylie Kaufman.

The World No. 2 began R3 with a one-shot lead after opening in 66-74. Playing out of the final twosome with Rory McIlroy, the dream showdown never materialized. Spieth erased five birdies with two bogeys and two double bogey-6s, lowlighted by a bogey-double finish. The 22-year-old kicked off with a two-putt birdie at the second and made par from the trees at the third. He got up-and-down at both the par-3 fourth and sixth with one-putts from eight and seven feet, respectively. Spieth squared his first bogey with a failed sand save at the par-4 seventh but bounced-back from 4'0" for birdie-4 at eight to turn 1-under on the day and 5-under total. He swallowed a double bogey-6 on the 11th, three-putting from 31 feet after missing the green, but bounced-back with birdie-2 on 12 from 17'0". Spieth added back-to-back circles on 14 and 15 and came to the 17th with a four-shot lead before errant tee shots led to the disastrous finish, including three-putting the last for double.
Apr 9 - 7:47 PM

Jordan Spieth settled for a 2-over-par 36-38=74 during the second round of the 80th Masters, reaching the midpoint at 4-under 140 with a one-shot lead over Rory McIlroy.

The overnight leader was looking to runaway with the tournament again after birdies at the par-4 first and third holes. An uncharacteristic four-putt led to a double bogey at the par-4 fifth bringing him back to even-par on the day. From there he added a circle with a nine-foot roll at the eighth hole, but never looked comfortable after that. The Texas Longhorn added back-to-back bogeys on the ninth and 10th holes, needing a 10-footer just to save on the latter. Their group was then put on the clock for slow play. Adding to the drama, Spieth splashed home a 14-foot par-saver at the last hole to seal the fate of all 7-over-par golfers hoping to benefit from the 10-shot cut rule. This goes in the books as his first over-par round at Augusta National but Spieth has now led here at the Masters for six straight rounds.
Apr 8 - 6:33 PM

Jordan Spieth scorched Augusta National Golf Club with a bogey-free, 6-under-par 33-33=66 during the opening round of the 80th Masters.

The defending champion picked up right where he left off last year. He now sports rounds of par or better in all nine attempts at Augusta National GC. Seven of those nine have gone for 2-under 70 or better. It was stress-free for the most part today, scrambling when he needed and converting the par breakers when the opportunities were presented. There was a notable good break on the par-4 11th hole that really helped keep this round going. After spraying his tee shot into the pine straw, he found a gap to hit through the trees and miraculously find the green. As it rolled through the green, it was just inches from trickling into the water, getting caught up by the fringe, allowing him to save par. Spieth arrived with some questionable form, but he's putting any of those doubts to rest as he continues his dominance of Augusta National.
Apr 7 - 3:12 PM