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.".

World number one Jordan Spieth cuts Matthew Jones' lead in the Australian Open to three shots ahead of Sunday's final round.  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

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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

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

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. Advertisement. "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

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

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. Spieth, who hasn’t played since the Presidents Cup in late Sept

Jordan Spieth poses with the Stonehaven trophy after winning the 2016 Australian Open in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images). This was where it began for Jordan Spieth, Sydney, Australia, liftoff for his rapid ascent to the pinnacle of golf, an ideal platform from which to issue a timely reminder that he doesn’t intend to surrender the stage. Two years ago, Spieth, 16 months removed from his maiden victory in professional golf, went to Sydney and won the Australian Open. What followed was one of the great seasons in golf history. This time, six months removed from his last

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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. 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 tournament victory and the one

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?  What has happened to Jordan Spieth’s putting? There are a couple of theories. But we should give the golfer the benefit of the doubt when it comes to fixing this part of his game. By Michael Rosenberg. June 12, 2018. SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — There have been times this year when Jordan Spieth looked so lost with his putter, I thought he might try to use it to brush his teeth. He couldn’t make the short ones, or the long ones, or the medium ones, and those are all the ones there are. It was hard to watch, mostly for this reason: He is Jordan Spieth. Not long ago, his putter was the surest club on the

Jordan Spieth made birdie on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to win his second Australian Open title in the last three years. Spieth used the tournament as an equipment proving ground, replacing his Titleist 714 AP2 irons with the company's 716 AP2 model. He also went from True Temper's Project X 6.0 shaft to a stiffer Project X 6.5 in his irons, pitching wedge and gap wedge. Along with changing his iron setup, Spieth put Titleist's new Pro V1x prototype in play, becoming the first to record a win with the four-piece multilayer ball. Here's a look at the rest of th

Notable winners of the Australian Open at The Australian Golf Club include Kel Nagle (1959), Jack Nicklaus (1975, 1976, 1978), David Graham (1977), Greg Norman (1996), and Jordan Spieth (2014). The winner receives the Stonehaven Cup which has been the official trophy since 1930. This is the first event in The Open Qualifying Series with the leading three players in the top 10 and ties who are not already exempt receiving places in the field for the 2018 Open at Carnoustie. Notables in the field include Jonas Blixt, Jason Day, Matt Jones, Yuxin Lin (a), Curtis Luck, Geoff Ogilvy, Rod Pampling,

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.

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

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