Player Page

Jordan Spieth

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (24) / 7/27/1993
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 185

Latest News

Recent News

World No. 2 and three-time major champion Jordan Spieth contests his 20th overall major championship and eyes the career Grand Slam at the 99th PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The newly minted 24-year-old (July 27th) checks in off T13 at the WGC-Bridgestone and is an 11/1 pre-tourney outright, second only to four-time major winner Rory McIlroy (6/1). That will do little to take the pressure off of completing the Grand Slam straight away since claiming the third leg just two starts ago at Royal Birkdale in his fifth Open appearance. If the Texan can walk away with the Wanamaker Trophy, he would be the youngest to complete the slam -- 154 days earlier than Tiger Woods. This is his fifth PGA with missed cuts in 2013 and 2014, solo 2nd in 2015 (Whistling Straits), where he was solo 2nd thru 54 holes, and T13 last year (Baltusrol). The TOUR's regular stop at Quail Hollow is the Wells Fargo with Spieth competing in one of them, posting a T32 in 2013 (69-71-75-73). He's tied for the season lead in top-10 finishes with eight (in 18 starts), and tied for the season lead in wins with three, including back to back at the Travelers and The Open. Aug 9 - 4:37 PM
Source: PGATOUR.com

Highest Searched Golfers over the last 7 days


Player News

Date:

FedExCup leader and World No. 2 Jordan Spieth finished birdie-birdie to salvage an even-par 36-34=70 in the weather-delayed second round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to reach the midpoint on 3-under-par 137, down three places on the live leaderboard to T6, four shy of 36-hole leader Jimmy Walker.

The 24-year-old mustered seven (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, gaining 0.849 strokes off-the-tee and 2.304 tee-to-green. He was laboring at 2-over thru 16 holes, outpacing birdies at Nos. 2 and 5 (from 28'4"), with bogeys at 4, 6, 7 and 15, all failed scrambles, before the late rally. The Texan's finish included a near-hole-out 2 at the par-4 17th from 110 yards away in the left rough, tapping in from 21 inches, and another dart at the 18th from 148 yards out to within 35 inches for birdie-3. He posted 1.636 putts per GIR though -1.334 SG: Putting.
Aug 4 - 6:50 PM

Jordan Spieth sits two off the early pace at the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, signing for a 3-under-par 34-33=67 during round one at Firestone Country Club.

Spieth started his week on the back nine with a 10'1" birdie splash at the par-4 10th. He would trade two more birdies with one bogey before the turn. The Champion Golfer of the Year showed very little rust today, after not picking up a club for a week. The highlight came over a two-hole stretch, sinking a 32'6" birdie bomb at the par-3 fifth and then stretching it out to 51'11" at the next hole, 84'5" of birdie putts converted in the blink of an eye. After a 49th-place finish in his 2014 debut, Spieth has rattled off back-to-back top 10s at Firestone Country Club and could be on his way to a third straight this week.
Aug 3 - 1:53 PM

Jordan Spieth looked shaky early on before finishing in a fury at The 146th Open, carding a 1-under-par 37-32=69 to become Champion Golfer of the Year with a four-day tally of 12-under 268, three clear of playing partner Matt Kuchar and six shots clear of Hao Tong Li who finished in third place.

Spieth was hitting it all over the ballpark today while not saving pars with his magical putter, like he often does. That resulted in four bogeys on the outward nine but the real disaster took place at the par-4 13th. It was here he missed massively off the tee and took over 20 minutes to setup a unique drop on the practice grounds. He survived complete disaster, swallowing just a bogey, but also lost the lead in the process. That provided a jolt to Spieth as he proceeded to nearly ace the par-3 14th, eagle the 15th, and then added birdies at 16 and 17, as well. A truly remarkable bounce-back performance for Spieth who now owns three out of the four legs in the career Grand Slam. He will have a chance to complete that feat in three weeks at the PGA Championship. Spieth has now converted 9 out of his last 10 when leading/co-leading after 54 holes, cementing himself as the best finisher in golf right now.
Jul 23 - 1:44 PM

Overnight leader Jordan Spieth kept his foot on the gas with a bogey-free, 5-under-par 31-34=65, becoming the only golfer in the field to reach double digits under par, entering the final round on 11-under 199, three clear of Matt Kuchar and six clear from the rest of the pack.

On a day with prime scoring conditions, Spieth remained calm and stuck to the game plan. He managed his misses brilliantly, as usual, and converted on all the knee-knocking putts. This is the second blemish-free round recorded by Spieth this week (R1) with just four bogeys to his name thru 54 holes. The Texas Longhorn is in familiar territory, as this will be his 14th time leading/co-leading after 54 holes, the fifth time in a major championship. He's converted 8-of-13 previous 54-hole leads/co-leads, including eight of his last nine. The lone exception being the 2016 Masters. Adding to the comfort level, Spieth will maintain his playing partner, Matt Kuchar, as they both take aim at their first Claret Jug.
Jul 22 - 2:52 PM

Overnight co-leader Jordan Spieth grinded out a 1-under-par 35-34=69 during round two of The 146th Open, separating from the field to grab the 36-hole lead on 6-under 134, two shots clear from his closest competitor.

For a second straight day, Spieth split just five (of 14) fairways, but didn't put himself too far out of position. Struggling with his iron yardages at time, he landed just eight greens in regulation, leaning heavily on his short game. He was Signature Spieth, in that regard. The highlight came at the par-4 10th where he overshot the green but then chipped in to save par and keep the momentum rolling. His tee-to-green highlight would come five holes later when he mishit his approach at the par-5 15th but still managed to get the ball on the green. From there, he sank his eagle putt to capitalize on the lucky kick. Spieth is in familiar territory as this will be his 10th career lead/co-lead thru 36 holes. He's converted five of those into victories. As for major championships, it's the fourth time he's led after R2 (winning 2-of-3), but the first time he's been inside the top 10 after R2 at this event.
Jul 21 - 3:10 PM

Jordan Spieth blitzed Royal Birkdale with a bogey-free, 5-under-par 31-34=65 during round one of The 146th Open, racing out to an early lead with the afternoon tee times just getting onto the course.

Spieth split just five (of 14) fairways but that stat is very misleading when you consider how many times he was sitting just off the fairway with very playable lies. From there, he dialed in with his irons, missing just three greens in regulation, currently T1 in the field for GIR percentage with the field averaging just over 9 GIRs. The real glue to this round was clutch putting as he saved par from knee-knocker range on multiple occasions. If this lead holds it will be his third first-round lead in a major (both coming at the Masters where he'd go on to win in 2015 and finish runner-up in 2016). His previous best opening lap at The Open was a 5-under 67 back in the 2015 edition where he sat T8 after day one and eventually fell one shot shy of the playoff. In six previous first-round leads/co-leads, Spieth has gone on to finish T2 or better in five of them with the worst finish being a T8 (2014 BMW Championship). Gamers should expect to see him around for the long haul.
Jul 20 - 9:42 AM

Jordan Spieth returns from a three-week layoff as the turns his attention toward Royal Birkdale at this week's Open Championship.

Spieth made a huge splash in his latest start, holing out from the greenside bunker to win the Travelers Championship on the first playoff hole. He's been dormant since, spending some time in Cabo instead of teeing it up at the John Deere Classic like he has a few times in the past. Surely, he feels great about the state of his game as he chose to rest after the big victory at TPC River Highlands. Spieth is 4-for-4 at The Open, including a T4 at the 2015 edition where he fell just one shot shy of the playoff. From a career perspective, the Texas Longhorn product has wins at the Masters and the U.S. Open (both coming in 2015) but still needs wins at The Open and the PGA Championship to knock out the career grand slam. Despite the lack of recent prep work, gamers should still consider Spieth an elite option in all formats this week.
Source: TheOpen.com
Jul 18 - 1:23 PM

Making his tournament debut, overnight leader and World No. 6 Jordan Spieth tossed up an even-par 34-36=70 in the final round of the Travelers Championship to match Daniel Berger on 12-under 268, and then defeated him on the first playoff hole with a hole-out birdie-3 from a green side bunker at the par-4 18th.

The 23-year-old, the pre-tourney fave outright (8/1), led after each of the first three rounds before Berger erased a 3-shot deficit with 67 out of the penultimate twosome. He claims a 10th TOUR title in 120 career events (112 pro), second this season in 16 starts, joining the AT&T Pro-Am, where he was also the 54-hole leader. The Texas product improves to 4-2 in extra time and 8-for-13 as the 54-hole leader/co-leader, converting eight of his last nine. After opening in 63-69-66, he began with a 1-shot lead over Boo Weekley, three clear of Berger. The Texan conjured seven (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, posting 0.716 SG: Tee-to-Green though -1.635 SG: Putting. He cancelled three birdies at Nos. 1, 2, and 15 with bogeys at 4, 12 (3-putt from 51'9") and 14, taking 1.833 putts per GIR and 29 total putts. In sudden death, both players missed the green in regulation, with Spieth providing the final dramatics from 61'5" away.
Jun 25 - 6:42 PM

First- and second-round leader Jordan Spieth spun a 4-under-par 34-32=66 on Day 3 of the Travelers Championship to reach 12-under 198, good for a one-shot lead over Boo Weekley.

Making his tourney debut, the World No. 6 led by one over two players after opening laps of 63-69. He landed 10 (of 14) fairways and 10 greens in regulation, losing 0.994 strokes off-the-tee but gaining 2.051 around-the-green, No. 1 in the latter with a cumulative 5.451. The 23-year-old squared three bogeys at Nos. 9, 13 (tee ball in the water) and 14, outpaced by six conventional birdies at 7, 10, 11, 15, 16 and 18, walking off with his long of the day from 20'4", and kicking off with birdie-4 at six from off the green 28'7" away. The Texan, who also leads in SG: Tee-to-Green (cumulative 9.262), posted 1.400 putts per GIR and 1.893 SG: Putting. This is his second 54-hole lead/co-lead this season in 16 starts, winning the AT&T Pro-Am, and his 13th in 120 career events (112 pro), converting seven of the previous 12, seven of last eight (T2, 2016 Masters).
Jun 24 - 6:50 PM

First-round leader and World No. 6 Jordan Spieth tacked on a 1-under-par 34-35=69 in the second round of the Travelers Championship to post 8-under 132, good for the early 36-hole clubhouse lead by one over Troy Merritt. UPDATE: Spieth is the 36-hole leader by one over Merritt and Patrick Reed, his 9th career 36-hole lead/co-lead in his 120th career start (112 pro), and is 4-for-8 converting, though four of his last five.

Beginning off No. 10 tee, the 23-year-old landed 10 (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, losing 0.627 strokes approaching-the-green at last glance. He circled four birdies at Nos. 12, 15, 1 and 3, three from inside of eight feet, adding a long of 35'7" at the par-4 third. The Texan took some luster off with double bogey-7 at 13 (tee shot OB), and bogey-4 at the fifth (failed sand save) that concluded his scoring. He posted a pedestrian 1.750 putts per GIR and 0.207 SG: Putting, missing one scoring try from 4'9" at 14. If the lead holds, it'll be his second 36-hole lead/co-lead this season (16 starts). Spieth was T1 thru 36 at the AT&T Pebble Beach (68-65), took the 54-hole lead with 7-under 65, and won with a closing 70.
Jun 23 - 1:56 PM

Making his tournament debut, World No. 6 Jordan Spieth twirled a season-tying-low 7-under-par 31-32=63 in the first round of the Travelers Championship, good a one-shot lead over Johnson Wagner and Brett Stegmaier.

This is Spieth's sixth career 18-hole lead/co-lead in 120 career events (112 pro). He's 1-for-5 converting those, winning the 2015 Masters (wire-to-wire). It's the 23-year-old's second 18-hole lead/co-lead this season in 16 starts, joining the Zurich Classic, where he (and teammate Ryan Palmer) were T1 after Day 1, eventually finishing solo 4th. He chased the Zurich with two missed cuts, T2 in his DEAN & DELUCA title defense, T13 at the Memorial, and T35 at the U.S. Open (73-71-76-69). The Texan found eight (of 14) fairways and 15 greens in regulation, gaining 3.059 strokes approaching-the-green and 5.233 tee-to-green. He squared a lone bogey-5 at nine (failed sand save), silenced by eight birdies at Nos. 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 13, 14 and 18, posting 1.533 putts per GIR and 1.827 SG: Putting. Spieth's split featured four from between eight and 23 feet, needing 27 total putts. The 63 matches a season low which he'd shot two prior times, most recently at the WGC-Mexico/R3.
Jun 22 - 6:21 PM

Jordan Spieth sets his eyes on Erin Hills Golf Course ahead of the 117th U.S. Open Championship being held this week in Erin, Wisconsin.

The 2015 U.S. Open champ arrives with a 4-for-5 record at this event. The win at Chambers Bay bodes very well for this week's setup since Erin Hills is another American links-style layout that can be stretched to ridiculous distances. More recently, Spieth has a trio of top 15s on his form card, holding together a pair of missed cuts in that same time frame. A positive sign for Spieth is his iron play over the last two starts, gaining 6.3 strokes approaching-the-green at Colonial Country Club and another 6.5 strokes at Muirfield Village. If Spieth continues to strike the ball at that elite level, he will surely have his name near the top of the leaderboard come Sunday.
Source: USOpen.com
Jun 13 - 4:17 PM

World No. 6 Jordan Spieth back-pedaled to a 1-under-par 37-34=71 in the third round of the Memorial Tournament, falling four places to T8, three short of 54-hole clubhouse leader Matt Kuchar and six back of the leader on the course Daniel Summerhays, who's playing the par-4 finisher.

After opening in 66-72, the 23-year-old began in a three-way T4, eight back of 36-hole leader Jason Dufner. He went ouf in 1-over, outbalancing birdies at Nos. 5 and 6 with bogey-5 at two and double bogey-5 at eight. The Texan came home in 2-under, offsetting bogeys at 12 and 13 with birdies at 10, 11, 15 and 16. He hit eight (of 14) fairways and 13 greens in regulation, losing 1.632 strokes around-the-green and 0.482 tee-to-green. Spieth's birdie split featured three conversions between 10 and 30 feet, posting 1.615 putts per GIR and 1.042 SG: Putting.
Jun 3 - 5:42 PM

Jordan Spieth struggled his way around Muirfield Village Golf Club, but still managed an even-par 38-34=72 to rack up a two-day tally of 6-under 138.

The Texas Longhorn alum was locked in with his irons on day one, but really cooled off today. He had just four birdie looks from inside 10 feet and two of them were on par 5s. On top of the sloppy striking, he really struggled on the greens, as well. Spieth missed three putts from inside seven feet, two of them from inside five. The 23-year-old walked off the course losing 1.884 strokes putting today. Despite this second-round hiccup, Spieth still sits in a share of fourth place heading into the weekend.
Jun 2 - 6:33 PM