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The Jordan Spieth Family Foundation. How to Contact Us. Top Tournaments. 2017 Open Championship. Spieth played the final five holes in 5 under and closed with a 1-under 69 for a three-shot victory over Matt Kuchar, giving him the third leg of the career Grand Slam and a chance to be the youngest to win them all next month at the PGA Championship.  2016 Emirates Australian Open. The world No.5 drained a pressure putt on his 72nd hole of the tournament to squeeze into a three-way play-off with Australians Ashley Hall and Cameron Smith, then duly banked an uphill 15-footer for birdie to win a gripping tournament after the trio had trudged back up the 18th.
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Jordan Alexander Spieth (born July 27, 1993) is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour and former world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking. He is a three-time major winner and the 2015 FedEx Cup champion. In April 2016, Time magazine named Spieth to its list of the "100 Most Influential People", noting that he "exemplifies everything that's great about sports.".

Jordan Spieth won the Masters and US Open in 2015. Australian Open: Third-round leaderboard. -10: M Jones (Aus); -7: J Spieth (US); -5: R Gibson (Aus); -4 A Price (Aus), L Tighe (Aus); -3 G Ogilvy (Aus). Selected others: -1: D Clarke (NI), A Scott (Aus); +4: L Westwood (Eng). Full leaderboard. World number one Jordan Spieth cut Matthew Jones' lead in the Australian Open to three shots going into Sunday's final round in Sydney. American Spieth, 22, shot a four-under-par 67 to move seven under for the tournament and into second place. Overnight leader Jones, from Australia, carded a se

World number one Jordan Spieth trails leader Matthew Jones by four shots after the second round of the Australian Open.  World number one Jordan Spieth endured breezy conditions at the Australian Open. Australian Open: Second-round leaderboard. -7: M Jones (Aus); -4: T Sinnott (Aus); -3: N Colsaerts (Bel), G Ogilvy (Aus), A Price (Aus), J Spieth (US), L Tighe (Aus). Selected others: Even: D Clarke (NI), L Westwood (Eng); +2: A Scott (Aus). Full leaderboard. World number one Jordan Spieth is four shots behind leader Matthew Jones after two rounds of the Australian Open. American Spieth shot a three-under-par 68 to move three under for the tournament and into a share of third place in Sydney. Jones followed his fi

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Jordan Spieth of the United States plays his tee shot on the 16th hole during day two of the 2017 Australian Golf Open at the Australian Golf Club on Nov. 24, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. By Dennis Passa | The Associated Press. November 23, 2017 at 8:47 pm.  SYDNEY — Defending champion Jordan Spieth failed to take advantage of ideal scoring conditions at the Australian Open on Friday, shooting an even-par 71 to fall further behind the leaders. After an opening 70, he was at 1-under 141 and eight strokes behind clubhouse leader Lucas Herbert, who shot 66 on Friday and was at 9-under 133. Spieth trailed by seven strokes after the opening round. First-round leader Cameron Davis, who led by two strokes after a 63, had an afternoon start, as did Jason Day, who trailed Davis by three shots.

The Australian Open has been given a huge boost after world No.2 Jordan Spieth committed to the event for a third straight year. With the tournament at Royal Sydney Golf Club from November 17-20 leading into the World Cup of Golf in Melbourne, officials are expecting a bumper field. And Spieth, who won the Australian Open in 2014 before finishing tied second with Adam Scott behind Matt Jones last year, is the first big name to confirm his entry. "I have really enjoyed my previous visits to Australia and I can't wait to get back in November," Spieth said. "I look back at my

SYDNEY (AP) — Jordan Spieth believes his victory at the Australian Open on Sunday will “do wonders” for his career, just as it did when he won the tournament for the first time in 2014. Spieth sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat local hopes Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall at Royal Sydney. Former top-ranked Spieth forced the three-way playoff after sinking another clutch par putt on the 18th hole for a 3-under 69. He joined Smith (66) and Hall (66) at 12-under 276 after 72 holes. For Spieth, it was more than winning the tournament for a second time. “The way we played the

Jordan Spieth has another tough act to follow at the Australian Open. Spieth won the tournament in 2014 in his first appearance Down Under when it was played at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney. He won it again in 2016 in a playoff at Royal Sydney, a year after finishing tied for second with Adam Scott and a shot behind winner Matt Jones at The Australian. Beginning Thursday at The Australian, Spieth will attempt to make it three Australian Open titles in four appearances. Jason Day, playing back home in Australia for the first time in four years, is his major opponent. Spieth won the Master

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Jordan Spieth will return to action this week … but it won’t be on American soil. The 23-year-old Spieth will tee it up Down Under in the Emirates Australian Open, his first competitive event since the Ryder Cup six weeks ago. The tournament begins Thursday at Royal Sydney Golf Club. “I feel very fresh,” Spieth told The Australian Associated Press during a practice round on Monday. “I feel as strong and healthy as I’ve felt … probably ever to be honest.  Spieth won the event in 2014, becoming the first American to do so in 20 years. That victory, of course, preceded a convincing win at the 2014 Hero World Challenge and a memorable 2015 campaign that included Masters and U.S. Open titles, as well as the FedEx Cup title. “I look back at my win in the 2014 Emirates Australian Open with great memories as it helped me build momentum for 2015,” Spieth said after committing in June.

Jordan Spieth played the best round of an already impressive career with an eight-under-par 63 on Sunday to win the Australian Open by six strokes, making his first trip Down Under a successful one. Spieth's 72-hole total of 13-under 271 on the tough, windy Australian Golf Club made him the first American to win the Australian Open since Brad Faxon in 1993, when the 21-year-old Spieth was four months old. "It's the best round I have ever played, especially considering the conditions," Spieth said. "It was just kind of one of those rounds when you're in the zone an

Jordan Spieth struggled to a one under on his defence of the Australian Open. EPA. Jason Day was playing his home Open for the first time since 2013. The 30-year-old, ranked 12th in the world and still seeking his first win of the year, rebounded by steering home a six-foot putt at the last before heading off to rest up for his second round on Friday afternoon. "I think it would have been a little bit disappointing if I came out this morning and shot an even-par round," he told reporters.  Australian Taylor MacDonald also made hay in the morning sunshine with a seven-birdie 65 for second place, while Nick Cullen and Alex Edge shared third with Day on 66. Late starter Brad Shilton hit a hole in one at the par-three 11th but the New Zealander gave the shots back with a double-bogey two holes later and finished with a 78.

Golf world number one Jordan Spieth has credited his victory at the Australian Open in Sydney in 2014 as the catalyst for a spectacular year in which he claimed two major titles. The 22-year-old American shot a final round course-record 63 to win the title by six strokes to seal victory. Why advertise with us. Following the win in Australia, he went on to win the Masters and US Open and the US PGA Tour's FedEx Cup. The Texan also finished in a tie for fourth at the British Open and was runner-up behind Australia's Jason Day. The win in Australia was only Spieth's second tourname

SYDNEY (AP) — Defending champion Jordan Spieth struggled in gusty afternoon winds Thursday at the Australian Open, while Jason Day took advantage of more calm morning conditions. The result was that the tournament's marquee players were overshadowed by first-round leader Cameron Davis, who shot an 8-under 63 at The Australian Golf Club. That left Day, making his first competitive appearance in his home country since 2013, three strokes behind after a 66. Spieth was seven strokes behind after shooting 70. Spieth, who bogeyed his first two holes and appeared to be out of sorts for most of h

Jordan Spieth’s world tour late last year and early this year — five countries on three continents — was a source of some handwringing over whether it was good for his golf, short or long term. Though no doubt wearisome, it seems a stretch that a fit 22-year-old flying in private jets might do irreparable harm from a whirlwind schedule. At any rate, he isn’t staying home. The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that Spieth has committed to playing the Australian Open in November. This year it is returning to the Australian Golf Club, where he won it in 2014 by shooting a 63 in the final round.

Jordan Spieth of the United States and swing coach and caddie for the week Cameron McCormick speak on the 10th hole during day two of the 2017 Australian Golf Open at the Australian Golf Club on… Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images. Carrying Spieth’s bag in Australia has now fallen on the shoulders of his swing coach, Cameron McCormick. McCormick has never carried Spieth’s bag but has coached him for years. McCormick was also ranked as one of the top 50 golf teachers in the game recently. In comparing McCormick and Greller, Spieth said that “Cam is more, ‘just shut up and

Jordan Spieth poses with the Stonehaven trophy after winning the 2016 Australian Open. Jordan Spieth won the Australian Open for the second time in three years after a three-man play-off at Royal Sydney Golf Club. The world No 5 birdied the first extra hole to beat home favourites Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall after the trio had finished tied on 12 under par. Hall had a chance to match Spieth's birdie from closer to the hole, but pushed his attempt wide to ensure the two-time major winner became the second American after Jack Nicklaus to win the title multiple times. Cameron Smith of Aust

SYDNEY – Defending champion Jordan Spieth's difficult week in Sydney ended on a positive note Sunday - he eagled the 18th hole for a 4-under 67. Spieth never seemed comfortable at The Australian Golf Club earlier in the tournament and couldn't break 70 over the first three rounds, posting earlier scores of 70-71-70 for a tournament total of 6-under 278. ''It was a great finish,'' Spieth said. ''I felt like I hit a lot of really beautiful shots that weren't necessarily rewarded today based on just trying to judge the crosswinds. ''That&apos  Spieth's longtime coach, Australian Cameron McCormick, was on his bag the week. Spieth was trying to win the Australian Open for the third time in four years. He won the Australian Open in 2014 in his first appearance in the tournament when it was played at The Australian. He won again last year in a playoff at Royal Sydney.

SYDNEY (AP) – Jordan Spieth sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole Sunday to beat local hopes Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall and capture his second Australian Open title. Spieth, the former world No. 1, had to sink another clutch par putt on the 18th hole at Royal Sydney to join Smith and Hall at 12-under 276 after 72 holes, forcing a three-way playoff. Four players held the lead at various times on a dramatic final day, including Spieth, who was playing the Australian Open for the third time. He also has a runner-up finish (2015) to go along with his two wins in 2014 and 2016. Ha

Two-time major champion Jordan Spieth carded a first-round 69 as he was upstaged by the local contingent at the Australian Open. The main draw of the PGA Tour of Australasia event in Sydney, all eyes were on American star Spieth, who ended the opening round two strokes adrift of the leaders. Runner-up last year after winning the tournament in 2014, Spieth started the day with back-to-back birdies in favourable conditions before picking up shots at the seventh and 16th holes. Spieth's blemish came at the eighth hole as he ended the day three under, two shots off the pace set by Lucas Herbe

Started the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation in 2014 as a platform to lend time, awareness and financial assistance to special-needs youth, military families, junior golf and pediatric cancer and has given over $1.5 million to community groups within these four pillars. Special Interests. Basketball, beach, fishing; all Dallas-area professional sports teams. PGA TOUR Victories (11). 2013 John Deere Classic. 2015 Valspar Championship, Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, John Deere Classic, TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.  Australian Open: Added his name to a list that includes champions such as Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Greg Norman among players to win the Australian Open multiple times (2014, 2016), defeating Aussies Cameron Smith and Ash Hall on the first playoff hole (the par-4 18th at Royal Sydney Golf Club) with a birdie from 15 feet.

Jordan Spieth wins at Royal Birkdale. Jordan Spieth iconic open images. Jordan Spieth on his way to victory, 2017. Jordan Spieth crowd. SpiethKissClaretJug. Spieth Fist Pump. previous slide. next slide. the 147th open - Jordan Spieth Final round highlights. Winner of The 146th Open at Royal Birkdale after an astonishing finish in which he almost aced the 14th, eagled the 15th and birdied the next two. Was strongly fancied for a successful defence when he went into the final round at Carnoustie as joint leader, but slipped to joint ninth.  Other victories include the 2015 Tour Championship, which earned him the $10million FedEx Cup bonus, and two Australian Opens. Spieth played in three Ryder Cups and three Presidents Cups by the age of 25. Qualification. Jordan Spieth is exempt to play in Royal Portrush. Venue. Finish.

In 2015 and 2016, Jordan Spieth was No. 1 on Tour in putts per round. This season, he is 127th. Will Spieth be able to overcome his struggles on the green during the U.S. Open?  Why Shouldn’t We Be More Nervous About Jordan Spieth’s Putting Struggles? Because He’s Jordan Spieth. Reddit. Flipboard.

From the Dallas Morning News: http://www.dallasnews.com/sports/golf/headlines/20150718-nichols-after-22-hour-up-and-down-round-jordan-spieth-criticizes-british-open-officials.ece Jordan Spieth tee time for Sunday: 7:30 a.m. CDT ST. ANDREWS, Scotland — Jordan Spieth got up at 4:30 a.m. to resume his suspended […] See More. As great a golfer as he is, he is a better person off the course. Jay Danzi, Spieth’s agent (Quoted in Dallas Morning News). Fast Facts. 0.  The Official Facebook. Jordan Spieth. About Us. This website is not endorsed by, or affiliated with, Jordan Spieth or his sponsors. Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Moesia by aThemes.

Major champions Jason Day and Jordan Spieth took a back seat to Cameron Davis as the former amateur star defied the odds to clinch the Australian Open Golf tournament in Sydney. Former world number one Day was in pole position to win the Open for the first time in his career having taken a one-shot lead into Sunday’s final round, while American defending champion Spieth was attempting to win the tournament for a third time. However, 22-year-old Australian Davis overcame an eight-stroke deficit to reign supreme by one shot at 11 under overall.  Spieth ended in eighth position following a closing four-under 67, five strokes behind Davis as he failed to finish inside the top two at the Open for the first time in four trips to Australia. First Published: Nov 26, 2017 14:39 IST.

Jordan Spieth of the U.S. hits out of a bunker on the 4th during the third round of the Australian Open Golf tournament in Sydney, Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017. (Rick Rycroft / Associated Press).  SYDNEY – Defending champion Jordan Spieth never looked like getting on track for a move up the leaderboard on Saturday, shooting a 1-under 70 to leave himself a daunting task to win his third Australian Open in four years. His 54-hole total of 2-under 211 will likely leave him about eight strokes behind the leaders by the end of the round, the same as when he started. Spieth bogeyed the fourth hole after three pars to open his round. He got that shot back with a birdie on the par-4 sixth, then needed putts of 12 feet and three feet to save par on the next two holes. He hit wayward tee shots on

Jordan Spieth says it's "almost unfair" Tiger Woods made winning look easy after clinching his third major title at Royal Birkdale Sunday.  Jordan Spieth kisses the Claret Jug after clinching the 146th Open Championship on a dramatic final day at Royal Birkdale. Hide Caption. 1 of 33. Photos: The Open: Photos from Royal Birkdale. Spieth beat fellow American Matt Kuchar by three shots to win his third major title as England's Alfie Plant, left, finished as top amateur. Hide Caption. 2 of 33.

Watch CBSN Live. Jordan Spieth wins 2017 British Open. July 23, 2017 / 4:11 PM / CBS/AP. Meet Jordan Spieth 15 photos. SOUTHPORT, England -- Jordan Spieth won the 146th Open Championship on Sunday at the Royal Birkdale.  Spieth played the final five holes in 5 under and closed with a 1-under 69 for a three-shot victory over Matt Kuchar, giving him the third leg of the career Grand Slam and a chance to be the youngest to win them all next month at the PGA Championship. Masters champ Jordan Spieth on golf and family. Spieth joined Jack Nicklaus as the only players to win three different majors at age 23, and even the Golden Bear was impressed. "Is Jordan Spieth something else?" Nicklaus tweeted during a wild back nine. Spieth missed four putts inside 8 feet on the front nine and lost his three-shot lea

The latest Tweets from Jordan Spieth (@JordanSpieth). Official Twitter for Jordan Spieth. @UnderArmour @ATT @CocaCola Athlete. https://t.co/Tgyzez1s0u. Dallas, Texas.  This week, we're highlighting the 4 pillars of the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation, starting with Junior Golf. We are so excited to announce a multi-year partnership with @TFTGreaterHouto to make a positive impact in the lives of countless young golfers!http://www.jordanspiethgolf.com/article/jsff-pledges-to-multi-year-support-of-the-first-tee-of-greater-houston …

JORDAN Spieth might never have boarded his first flight to the Australian Open but for swing coach Cameron McCormick selling the country to him. Jim Tucker. The Courier-MailNovember 18, 20175:00pm. Jordan Spieth shows off the spoils of his second Australian Open victories in 2016.Source:AFP.  It is rare commitment and best of all Spieth always brings his A-game to The Australian Golf Club where this week will be a magnetic duel with former world No. 1 Jason Day. “I’ve talked to Jordan so much about Australia and its amazing golf courses over the years that he could not help but be intrigued about coming here,” said the Dallas-based McCormick, who has been Spieth’s coach since he was 12. Spieth shows off the spoils of his second Australian Open victories in 2016.Source:AFP. “I hope I had something to do with him experiencing the Australian lifestyle and I feel proud of it.

American Jordan Spieth celebrates his Australian Open win in Sydney yesterday. Pic/Getty Images. Sydney: World No. 5 Jordan Spieth won the Australian Open for the second time in three years after a three-man play-off at Royal Sydney Golf Club. Spieth birdied the first extra hole to beat home favourites Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall after the trio had finished tied on 12 under par. Hall had a chance to match Spieth's birdie from closer to the hole, but pushed his attempt wide to ensure the two-time major winner became the second American after Jack Nicklaus to win the title multiple times.

Fox made a flying start to Australian Open at Royal Sydney, firing an opening round of four-under par 68 and even bettering the tournament's big drawcard Jordan Spieth who shot 69. He was one shot behind clubhouse leaders Lucas Herbert and gun amateur Curtis Luck who each shot 67, with veteran Peter O'Malley also making a late charge up the leaderboard. GETTY IMAGES. Curtis Luck was clubhouse leader after shooting 67 in the Australian Open first round. Fox was the best-placed of the nine New Zealanders in the field, with 18-year-old Wellington amateur Daniel Hillier marking his Austr

Jordan Spieth eventually finished evens for the day despite poor start. Jones hangs on to claim victory with two-over final round of 73. Adam Scott started nine shots behind but finished joint second.  Matt Jones clung on to win the Australian Open ahead of Adam Scott and defending champion Jordan Spieth. Jones had a three-shot lead heading into the final round at the Australian Golf Club but a two-over 73 almost saw his second PGA Tour title slip away. The Australian was three over for his round after two holes, a bogey on the first immediately followed by a double at the first par three. Matt Jones clung on to win the Australian Open on Sunday despite shooting a two-over 73. Jones walks off the 18th green with his family after winning the tournament in Sydney. Defending champion and playin

Sydney, Nov.29: Matt Jones overcame a fierce challenge from world number one golfer Jordan Spieth and Adam Scott to claim a one-stroke victory at the Australian Open on Sunday. Jones, who was leading by three strokes ahead of today’s thriller, produced a spirited comeback after dropping three shots in his first two holes. He subsequently finished with a 72-hole total of eight-under 276.(Read: Funny dad David Beckham embarrasses son on social media). American golfer Spieth had to settle for a joint second after missing an eagle putt on the par five to force a play-off, the Sydney Morning Herald

Australian Open. The Masters. The Open Championship. PGA Championship. Presidents Cup. U.S. Open. Video. Equipment.  Jordan Spieth, who raked in $US 53 million in winnings and sponsorship deals in 2015, recently bought Hunter Mahan’s old Dallas house. Reports suggest the mansion was originally on the market for $8.5 million, proving that, even off the links, Spieth is able to best his fellow pros. The house boasts a 12-car underground garage (which, if you look to the right, has an Augusta National mural), indoor basketball court, pool, golf-simulator room, grill room and wine cellar.

Two-time major champion Jordan Spieth carded a first-round 69 as he was upstaged by the local contingent at the Australian Open. The main draw of the PGA Tour of Australasia event in Sydney, all eyes were on American star Spieth, who ended the opening round two strokes adrift of the leaders. Runner-up last year after winning the tournament in 2014, Spieth started the day with back-to-back birdies in favourable conditions before picking up shots at the seventh and 16th holes. Spieth's blemish came at the eighth hole as he ended the day three under, two shots off the pace set by Lucas Herbe

Sydney • Defending champion Jordan Spieth never looked like getting on track for a move up the leaderboard on Saturday, shooting a 1-under 70 to leave himself a daunting task to win his third Australian Open in four years. His 54-hole total of 2-under 211 will likely leave him about eight strokes behind the leaders by the end of the round, the same as when he started. Spieth bogeyed the fourth hole after three pars to open his round. He got that shot back with a birdie on the par-4 sixth, then needed putts of 12 feet and three feet to save par on the next two holes. He hit wayward tee shots on

Jordan Spieth won the Australian Open with a closing 63 that blew the field away on a windy Sydney Sunday.  Spieth came into the tournament miffed he hadn't broken through in his second season as a pro. But that 63, a tournament best by two shots, capped off a very consistent year with the win he sought. Scroll to continue with content. Ad. "It would be a lie if I didn't say that it was eating at me a little bit," he said. The 21-year-old walks away from the trip Down Under not only with a win, but a victory over his weekend woes. On the PGA Tour in 2014, Spieth was ranked 112th in third-round scoring and 62nd in final rounds. "This week was big because I was able to close i

Jordan Spieth carded a sizzling new course record of eight-under 63 to finish the Australian Open at 13-under 271. SYDNEY - Young American Jordan Spieth dominated the final round to win the Australian Open by six shots and leave world number one Rory McIlroy and third-ranked Adam Scott in his wake on Sunday. Spieth carded a sizzling new course record of eight-under 63 to finish the Aus$1.25 million (US$1.06 million) OneAsia co-sanctioned tournament at 13-under 271.  Spieth took a grip on the final round with three consecutive birdies from the fifth to the seventh holes to go nine under and led overnight co-leader Brett Rumford by three at the turn. He had few problems holding on to his advantage in the homeward nine with four more birdies in his closing five holes to post his best tournament victory. With his comprehensive victory, Spieth&39;s world ranking is expected to climb from 14 to 11.

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