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Jordan Spieth

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

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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

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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

Defending champion Jordan Spieth turns his attention to the 80th Masters and looks to become the first player to win back-to-back green jackets since Tiger Woods in 2001-02.

Spieth was No. 4 in OWGR ahead of last year's wire-to-wire victory and enters this week No. 2. Last year, he arrived off a P2 (Shell), solo second the week prior (Valero), and won the Valspar (playoff) two weeks before that. Overall, Spieth had six top 10s on eight events in the calendar year in the lead-up to his second Masters. This year, the 22-year-old arrives with just one top 10 in 2016 in six stroke-play events (win, Hyundai TOC), finished T13 at last week's Shell, and was a Round of 16 casualty at the Match Play, so, form-wise, he's not the same person. That said, he shares the tournament record of 18-under 270 (64-66-70-70) and finished T2 upon debut in 2014 where he co-led after 54 holes. Spieth's scoring average in the eight rounds is 69.13 with all at par or better.
Source: Masters.com
Apr 5 - 9:22 AM

Jordan Spieth twirled a 5-under-par 32-35=67 during the first round of the Shell Houston Open, currently three strokes off the early leader, Charley Hoffman.

The Texas Longhorn got his week started with a bang, holing out from 48'3" on the par-4 second hole to grab a quick birdie. He tacked on three more circles before making the turn at 4-under 32. None of those birdie putts came from outside 7'2". Spieth did get dialed in from long distance on the back nine, rolling in 13'10" and 12'5" birdie putts on the par-3 14th and par-5 15th holes, respectively. His flat stick still wasn't up to his incredibly high standards which he set last year. On the day, he missed six putts between 9-and-15 feet. Despite the mediocre putting performance, Spieth is just three back and right in the mix after day one.
Mar 31 - 7:28 PM

Jordan Spieth turns his attention toward Golf Club of Houston’s Tournament Course ahead of this week's Shell Houston Open.

Spieth will be defending next week at Augusta National, but he still has some revenge to deal with here in Humble, Texas. During last year's playoff he was distracted by a noise in the crowd during his swing, and ultimately got eliminated on that hole. After his win at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions to kick off the calendar year, he's failed in finish inside the top 10 in any of his four stroke-play starts. The Texas Longhorn proved that he can contend here at GC of Houston, making him a great play in all fantasy formats this week.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Mar 30 - 6:08 PM

Top-seeded Jordan Spieth stayed undefeated with a 3-and-2 win over 31-seed Justin Thomas on day three at the WGC-Dell Match Play to move on to a Round of 16 appointment with Group 16 winner Louis Oosthuizen, who's also 3-0-0.

The World No. 1 didn't play more than 16 holes in any of his three matches and was never threatened by first-timer Thomas. He went 1 up with birdie-3 at the second and quickly to 3 up with back-to-back birdies on Nos. 4 and 5 from 16'3" and 15'9", respectively. The 22-year-old, eliminated in the Group Stage last year with a 2-1 record as the 2-seed, birdied the par-4 ninth to turn 4 up. Thomas (0-3-0) fought back with his first birdie at the 10th and won holes 13 and 15 with birdies, but Spieth birdied 12 and eagled the par-5 16th to end the match.
Mar 25 - 7:55 PM

Jordan Spieth cruised to a 5-and-4 victory over Victor Dubuisson in round two of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play to reach 2-0-0 for the week.

The World No. 1 circled birdies in two of his first five holes to build a three-hole lead. The first birdie came from 10'2" at the par-4 third hole. Overall, there was not a lot of signature bombs falling for Spieth, as he plodded his way around Austin Country Club, allowing Dubuisson to make the mistakes. That's exactly what happened as the Frenchman squared a double bogey at the 12th and conceded the 13th after finding water. Spieth will need to earn at least half a point against his good buddy, Justin Thomas, to secure a place in the round of 16. Dubuisson will take on Jamie Donaldson in the third round.
Mar 24 - 4:18 PM

Jordan Spieth walked away with a 3-and-2 victory over Jamie Donaldson during day one of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

The Texas Longhorn looked comfortable as he led from start-to-finish. The first notable birdie came on the par-4 third hole when Spieth landed his 134-yard approach to just 5'4" to set up an easy circle. The lead stretched out to 4-up at it's apex (following the par-3 seventh hole). This was a very stress-free round for the World No. 1, and he should continue to be treated as the favorite this week. Spieth will look to use his local knowledge against Victor Dubuisson tomorrow while Jamie Donaldson will try to recover in his next match, versus Justin Thomas.
Mar 23 - 6:19 PM

World No. 1 Jordan Spieth heads to his home state of Texas ahead of this week's World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

Spieth has to be one of the many golfers in the field that are glad to see the venue change to Austin, Texas. As a Dallas native and resident, he's just three hours from home. At last year's edition he posted a 2-1 record in group stages to get knocked out by a 3-0 Lee Westwood. Overall, Spieth is 5-2 at this event, and should strongly be considered this week as he takes on Justin Thomas, Victor Dubuisson, and Jamie Donaldson in Group 1.
Mar 22 - 8:45 AM

Defending champ Jordan Spieth backed-up with a 2-over-par 38-35=73 on day four of the Valspar Championship for a 72-hole aggregate of even-par 284, down nine spots on the leaderboard to T18.

In his first (of five) title defenses in 2016, Spieth improved drastically from T117th after a first-round 5-over 76, but his final tally was 10 worse than his winning total last year. Playing with amateur and fellow 22-year-old Lee McCoy, who shot 69, he began the finale on 2-under (T9) six adrift of 54-hole leader Bill Haas. The World No. 1 was shaky from the outset with errant tee shots at the par-5 first and the par-4 second leading to a par-bogey start (McCoy went birdie-birdie). He missed his third straight fairway at the third but mustered a two-putt par before finally getting on the board from 6'4" at the par-5 fifth. Spieth doubled the par-3 eighth, bogeyed the par-5 11th and the par-3 17th to overshadow a 17-inch birdie-4 at 14 and a closing 31-footer for a 3 at the par-4 18th. He finished the week with 11 birdies, 11 bogeys, one eagle and a double.
Mar 13 - 8:32 PM

Defending champ Jordan Spieth twirled a bogey-free 4-under-par 35-32=67 on day three of the Valspar Championship for a 54-hole total of 2-under 211. UPDATE: With play completed, Spieth is T9, six back of 54-hole leader Bill Haas.

In his first (of five) title defenses in 2016, Spieth opened in 76-68, one better than the cut line, seven shy of 36-hole co-leaders Will MacKenzie and Steve Stricker. He went out on Sat. at 9:05 a.m. ET, and wrapped at 12:45 p.m., an hour before the leaders were set to go off, but he's up 30 places on the live leaderboard to T13, currently three off the overnight lead. The 22-year-old striped 11 (of 13) fairways and hit a week-best 12 greens in regulation, but registered a pedestrian 1.833 putts per GIR. His split included a two-putt birdie at the par-5 first, and 11 holes later, a 31-footer at the par-4 12th. In-between, he missed two scoring chances from inside of 10 feet. The keys to his lap were 6-for-6 in scrambling, including a 7'2" one-putt par on 13 (sand save), and a 52'1" bomb for eagle-3 at the 14th, which completed his scoring. Spieth was solo second here last year thru 54 holes, one adrift, and shot 2-under 69 in the finale, eventually winning in sudden death.
Mar 12 - 1:16 PM

Defending champ Jordan Spieth battled to a 3-under-par 34-34=68 in today's second round of the Valspar Championship to post 2-over 144, up 74 places on the leaderboard to T43, seven adrift of 36-hole co-leaders Will MacKenzie and Steve Stricker.

After an opening one-birdie six-bogey 76, Spieth was in serious danger of missing his second cut of the season in six starts. He entered the week of a disappointing T17 on the Blue Monster, where his first-round 69 was his only red number, and a missed cut the start prior at the Northern Trust, which began with a season-worst 8-over 79. The 22-year-old hit seven (of 13) fairways on Friday (same as Thursday), but improved to 10 greens in regulation, up from just six in R1. He began with bogey-6 on the first before responding with birdies on Nos. 3 (from 5'9"), 5 and 7, the latter two were hole-outs from just off the green. The World No. 1 squared his second (and last) at the par-3 eighth (failed scramble) but connected again from 5'9" at the par-4 ninth to turn 2-under. He played his inward half in eight pars and yet another chip-in, this for birdie-2 at 15 to complete his scoring.
Mar 11 - 7:47 PM

Jordan Spieth defends his trophy at this week's Valspar Championship on the Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club's Copperhead Course.

In his third appearance, Spieth won last year's edition in a three-man three-hole playoff over Sean O'Hair and Patrick Reed after the trio matched 10-under 274's. It was his first of five titles in 2014-15 en route to Player of the Year honors. In his 12 career rounds on the par-71 layout, Spieth's posted 10 at par-or-better (the other two were 72s), with a scoring average of 69.75. The 22-year-old had recorded three top 10s in six events on the season ahead of last year's playing, and this year, he has two in five, including his eight-shot win at the Hyundai TOC. The World No. 1 posted a T17 at the WGC-Cadillac ahead of last year's Valspar, and last week, posted a T17 again at Trump National Doral. Thru 16 events thus far in 2015-16, Spieth is the only pre-tourney odds-fave to have won (Hyundai). He's the bookmaker's favorite this week.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Mar 9 - 12:14 AM