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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 signed for a 3-under-par 34-35=69 following his final round of The 144th Open Championship to hit 14-under 274, an agonizing stroke shy of the 72-hole clubhouse co-leaders.
So, the cynics among you can go ahead and blame his draw now. That second-round 72 that included a quintet of three-putts probably cost Spieth his third consecutive title in a major and a shot at the grand slam. Today, the 21-year-old traded six birdies with one bogey and a four-putt double (at the par-3 eighth). He nearly holed a lobbed chip for birdie at the par-4 13th where he penciled in par, but a long-range look for birdie at the par-4 16th found the target. Spieth bogeyed The Road Hole, and then found the Valley of Sin at the last after his second from a sharp angle drifted right of the pin. Jul 20 - 1:48 PM

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Jordan Spieth flushed a 6-under-par 34-32=66 in today's third round of The 144th Open Championship to post 11-under 205 and snare outright possession of the 54-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With three rounds complete, he's one stroke off the pace of the trio atop the leaderboard entering the final round.

He settled for par at the last due to a poor second that failed to find the top shelf at the par-4 18th, but Spieth can't gripe about connecting for seven birdies, including three in a row to begin the inward nine. His only blemish occurred at the par-4 ninth where he squared a 5. For the round, the 21-year-old hit 14 greens in regulation and took 27 putts. That he's in the position to collect his third consecutive title in a major is as impressive as he's handled the attention and march toward history.
Jul 19 - 12:27 PM

Jordan Spieth settled for an even-par 35-37=72 in his second round of The 144th Open Championship.

All things considered, Spieth did a yeoman's job of avoiding a regression in scoring. He missed only one green in regulation and converted four birdies, but he three-putted five times. Undoubtedly influenced by the wind, four of his three-jacks led to bogeys (at Nos. 5, 8, 11 and 17). He also settled for par after finding the green in two at the par-4 14th. At 5-under 139, the 21-year-old is five strokes adrift of Dustin Johnson's 36-hole pace. So, with two rounds remaining, you can't rule out Spieth from collecting the third leg of the grand slam.
Jul 18 - 3:51 PM

Jordan Spieth began his quest for the third leg of the grand slam with a 5-under-par 31-36=67 in today's opening round of The 144th Open Championship.

The winner of the first two majors opened birdie-birdie at St. Andrews today. After two pars, he birdied Nos. 5, 6 and 7 to spark serious consideration that he may actually win yet another major. He'd trade two birdies with two bogeys coming in, but a walk-off 3 at the par-4 18th had to feel really good. Overall, the 21-year-old hit 15 greens in regulation. He signed his card parked two strokes behind clubhouse leader and playing partner Dustin Johnson.
Jul 16 - 9:40 AM

Overnight leader Jordan Spieth rallied to a 3-under-par 35-33=68 to match Tom Gillis at 20-under 264, and then won his second John Deere Classic with par on the second hole of sudden death.

The 2013 champ began the day with a two-stroke advantage over playing partner Danny Lee. Coming off a career-low 61 in round three, Spieth began sluggish, exchanging two birdies with two bogeys to turn even. After squaring a bogey on the par-4 11th, he rallied for four birdies over his last seven to match Gillis in the clubhouse. The duo exchanged pars on the first playoff hole (par-4 18th), and then Spieth won with par on the second time through. Gillis found water with his approach to spell doom. On his round, Spieth found just 12 greens in regulation, but his 1.538 putts per GIR was the story, ranking first in that stat. He recorded 21 birdies on the week -- just 14th-most in the field -- but he was buoyed by three eagles. This is Spieth's fourth victory of the season and fifth in 68 career starts as a pro. He'll head to St. Andrews to attempt to take down the third leg of the grand slam.
Jul 12 - 6:36 PM

Jordan Spieth twirled a bogey-free, 10-under-par 30-31=61 in today's third round of the John Deere Classic to post 17-under 196, good for the 54-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With play completed, Spieth has a two-shot lead over Danny Lee entering the final round.

Spieth, the 2013 John Deere champion, began the day at 7-under (T16) and five off the pace. On his round, he striped 10 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation, recording an astonishing 9.471 strokes gained: total at the time he signed his card. Spieth circled six birdies at Nos. 5, 8, 9, 13, 16, and 18 and added two eagles at Nos. 2 and 17, the first time in his career that he's had two eagles in the same round. The 21-year-old, who celebrates his birthday on July 27th, converted four of his birdies from outside 10 feet, including from 18 feet at the last to complete the birdie-eagle-birdie finish. His two eagles were highlighted by a hole-out from 106 yards at the par-5 17th and his 61 is a new career low on TOUR in 243 career rounds as a pro. Spieth is in the pole position for his fourth win of the season.
Jul 11 - 7:58 PM

Jordan Spieth authored the low round of today's morning wave and signed for a 7-under-par 33-31=64 following his second round of the John Deere Classic.

He landed 13 greens in regulation for the second straight round but the putts were dropping today. He buried an eagle and six birdies to offset one bogey. Four of his par breakers disappeared from 10 feet or longer, the highlight measuring 23'11" at the par-3 16th hole. He also poured in a par save from 11'8" at the par-4 sixth. At last check, his strokes gained: putting for the round read 3.333, and at 7-under 135, he's only three shots off Scott Pinckney's 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Jul 10 - 3:10 PM

Jordan Spieth makes his fourth consecutive appearance in Silvis, Illinois, at this week's John Deere Classic.

Spieth, the 2013 John Deere champion, also finished T58 in 2012 debut and T7 in last year's edition for a cumulative 41-under-par at the event. His only over-par round (12 rounds) was a 1-over-par 72 in round three of 2012. In the 2013 win, the then 19-year-old holed a bunker shot on the 72nd hole to force a playoff and subsequently won, becoming the youngest winner on the PGA TOUR since 1931. The now 21-year-old, No. 1 in the FedExCup standings by a large margin (1,213 points), is an astronomical 15-for-17 on the season with 10 top 10s, including three wins: Valspar Championship in a playoff, the Masters by four strokes (wire-to-wire) and the U.S. Open. Spieth ranks second on TOUR in strokes gained: total, second in birdie average (4.47) and first in scoring average at 68.922. The TOUR average is 71.185.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jul 7 - 10:02 PM

Overnight co-leader Jordan Spieth crafted a 1-under-par 35-34=69 in the final round of the 115th U.S. Open to conclude the championship at 5-under 275, good for one-shot victory over Louis Oosthuizen and Dustin Johnson.

Spieth, winner of the Masters in April, was playing in the penultimate pairing with Branden Grace. It could have started worse for the 21-year-old, but not much. He three-putted his opener from 17 feet for bogey. Spieth circled a birdie at No. 8 to offset that bogey to turn in even. An unspectacular round thru 14 holes began to crescendo when he rolled in a 3'7" par on the 15th, with a fist pump to note the importance. The spectacular began when he rolled in a 27-footer at the 16th to move to 6-under and, at that point, three shots clear. But, he three-putted the par-4 17th for double bogey, his third of the week. However, he rose to the occasion on the last, piping his 279-yard approach to 16 feet. His two-putt birdie proved enough, as Johnson suffered a three-putt par later from 13 feet. Spieth is just the sixth player to win the Masters and the U.S. Open in the same year, and first since Tiger Woods in 2002. The third leg of the grand slam is in four weeks at St. Andrews.
Jun 21 - 10:44 PM

Overnight co-leader Jordan Spieth patched together a 1-over-par 36-35=71 in today's third round of the 115th U.S. Open and his 4-under 206 has him in a four-way tie for the 54-hole lead with Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and Branden Grace.

Spieth, playing in the final group with Patrick Reed, began the day with a share of the 36-hole lead at 5-under, one shot clear of Branden Grace and Dustin Johnson. He overshadowed four birdies with five bogeys, primarily the result of finding just seven (of 14) fairways. Spieth hit 13 greens in regulation but converted on just four of his scoring chances for 1.78 putts per GIR and a total of 32 putts on the round. It didn't start that way, with the 21-year-old slamming in a pair of long-range birdies, inlcuding a 38-footer at the second, and a 41-footer at the third. The birdie at the second was coupled with a double bogey for Reed for a three-shot swing. It was short lived however, as he managed one more birdie on his first half but it was smothered with four bogeys to turn in 1-over. After another dropped shot at the 11th he looked to be out of sorts, but responded with a 10-foot birdie at the par-3 15th, playing his last seven in 1-under to stay in the hunt.
Jun 20 - 11:04 PM

Jordan Spieth followed his opening 68 at the 115th U.S. Open with a 3-under-par 32-35=67 in today's second round to post 5-under 135, good for outright possession of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

Spieth capitalized on scorable conditions at Chambers Bay this morning. He manufactured 14 scoring chances and connected for four birdies to help ease the sting of one bogey and a double. He walked off with an eight-footer that fell for birdie at the par-3 ninth hole, but not without some drama. Playing partner Jason Day collapsed as he was walking toward his ball in a greenside bunker. Spieth didn't stand over his look at birdie until Day splashed on, so even the fervor of a medical situation didn't rattle the 21-year-old. He's missed only nine (of 28) fairways and nine greens in regulation thus far.
Jun 19 - 5:18 PM

Jordan Spieth hung up a 2-under-par 35-33=68 for his opening round of the 115th U.S. Open, finishing three shots back of the clubhouse co-leaders.

As the reigning Masters champion, Spieth is the only golfer that can win the grand slam this year. Eighteen holes into the season's second major, you can't rule him out of turning the trick. And given some of the carnage at Chambers Bay this afternoon, it's a fact that deserves a little respect. He hit 13 greens and connected for four birdies, including three straight 3s beginning at the 11th hole. Spieth also squared bogeys at 6 and 15.
Jun 18 - 10:41 PM

Jordan Spieth turns his attention to the season's second major championship at this week's 115th U.S. Open in University Place, Washington.

Spieth pegs it up in the first round at 2:17 p.m. PDT with Australia's Jason Day and England's Justin Rose. The 21-year-old went wire-to-wire to snag the Masters in April, tying Tiger Woods' 72-hole scoring record of 18-under 270. It was his second title in 2015 (Valspar Championship) and third overall in 74 career PGA TOUR starts. Spieth enters the week first in the FedExCup rankings with nine top 10s in 16 events, adding three runner-up finishes to his two wins and back-doored a T3 in his last start at Memorial, closing in 7-under 65. He is 2-for-3 in the U.S. Open posting T21 in 2012 debut (Olympic Club) and following with a missed cut at Merion GC and a T17 at Pinehurst No. 2 in 2014. Spieth was T10 after 36 and 54 holes in last year's edition but faded to T17 with a final-round, 3-over-par 73.
Source: USOpen.com
Jun 16 - 10:41 AM

Jordan Spieth smoothed a 7-under-par 32-33=65 in the final round of the Memorial to post 13-under 272; good for the early clubhouse lead.

Spieth began his final frame at T24 (6-under) and nine shots back of the 54-hole lead. He smothered one bogey with six birdies and a chip-in eagle on the par-5 15th to post the round of the day thus far. The 21-year-old striped 11 (of 14) fairways and landed 14 greens in regulation, playing the four par 5s in 5-under. His 18'6" birdie roll on the par-5 seventh was his longest conversion on the day. The FedExCup leader is a three-time winner on the PGA TOUR, including twice in 2015. He will easily top his previous-best Memorial finish of T19 that he recorded in last year's edition.
Jun 7 - 3:36 PM

Jordan Spieth fashioned a 4-under-par 34-34=68 in today's opening round of the Memorial and sits only one stroke in arrears of the foursome sharing the clubhouse lead.

Spieth hit the ground running at Muirfield Village today, connecting for birdie from 14'11" at the par-4 first hole. He got it to 3-under before giving back his only shot of the day at the par-5 seventh. He picked up two more birdies coming home. The FedExCup points leader demands a litany of superlatives, so the trick is when to play him in formats with limited starts. However, he contributes across the board almost every time out that even that doesn't matter. Just continue to enjoy the show.
Jun 4 - 2:25 PM