The official site of PGA professional golfer Jordan Spieth. Here you'll find his bio, news, photos, schedule and scores, and information on his foundation.  For the fourth week in a row, Spieth broke par in the opening round of a tournament, a first in his career. The JSFF 2020 Grant Request. The JSFF is trilled to be to able to support our philanthropic pillars. We are now accepting 2020 grant applications through August 1. View All News. The Jordan Spieth Family Foundation. Jordan's experience on and off the golf course have shaped his views on service and giving. The Jordan Spieth Family Foundation offers a platform for Jordan to lend time, help grow awareness and offer financial support for three philanthropic areas: children with special

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

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 to return to Sydney in bid for third Australian Open title. TWO-TIME Australian Open champ and world number three Jordan Spieth is coming back to defend hid Australian Open title. Russell Gould. Herald SunJuly 12, 201710:05am.  Spieth won the Open in 2014, finished equal second in 2015 then came from the clouds on Sunday at Royal Sydney last November to pip Cameron Smith and Ash Hall in a playoff to secure a second Stonehaven Cup. Day, who has slipped to world number six after a lacklustre run of recent form, confirmed recently he would return home this summer for the first time since 2013. But he did not commit to an event, with the Open and Australian PGA on the Gold Coast his options given the continued absence of the Australian Masters from the golfing calendar.

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.  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.

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

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 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

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

SYDNEY, Australia – It took three rounds - and doesn’t include Jordan Spieth - but a PGA TOUR experienced crew have taken the Australian Open by the scruff of the neck. Four of the top five players on the leaderboard are regulars and winners on the TOUR, headed by local favorite Jason Day who leads at 10-under. Day has won 10 times on the PGA TOUR but has never won his national Open. The last time he visited his home shores he won the World Cup with Adam Scott in 2013 and his Aussie fans have been begging for an opportunity such as this for the last four years. He may never get a better opport

Australian Open champion and world No.1 Jordan Spieth (left). Credit:Peter Rae. But there will be plenty of rankings upheaval between now and then, not least of all when Spieth embarks on defending his US Masters and US Open crowns in the new year. And despite a head-spinning season, the 22-year-old is convinced there are further improvements to be made before starting his Stonehaven Cup defence at the Australian Golf Club on Thursday.  American-based Australian brothers Matt and Brett Jones, the former ranked no.81 in the world and the latter making his first Australian Open appearance, shadowed Spieth on Tuesday in front of a sprinkling of fans. But it is the presence of former US Masters champion Adam Scott, who suffered a third-round meltdown in last week's Australian Masters, which has Spieth on red alert.

Jordan Spieth from the United States celebrates winning the Australian Open Golf Championship at the Royal Sydney Golf Club in Sydney, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Spieth sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat local hopes Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall to capture his second Australian Open title. (David Moir/AAP Image via AP). AP.  Spieth sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat local hopes Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall to capture his second Australian Open title. (David Moir/AAP Image via AP). AFP/Getty Images. US golfer Jordan Spieth (C) poses for a photo with all the greenkeepers after winning the Australian Open golf tournament at the Royal Sydney Golf Club in Sydney on November 20, 2016. / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS / IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USEPETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images.

Official Jordan Spieth Fan Page. Pro golfer. Under Armour and AT&T athlete.  We are proud to announce that the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation has committed a multi-year grant to The First Tee of Fort Worth to allow military families to participate in their signature Life Skills Experience program, giving us the opportunity to support two of our mission pillars with one gift. We are grateful for our veterans and honored to be able to serve their families through golf. pgatour.com|By PGA TOUR. Jordan Spieth Family Foundation to fund youth golf program for military families. The Jordan Spieth Family Foundation has made a financial commitment to The First Tee of Fort Wort

Jordan Spieth from the United States holds the Stonehaven Cup trophy after winning the Australian Open Golf Championship at the Royal Sydney Golf Club in Sydney, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Spieth sank a 10-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to beat local hopes Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall to capture his second Australian Open title. (David Moir/AAP Image via AP) (The Associated Press). prev. Image 2 of 2. Jordan Spieth from the United States celebrates winning the Australian Open Golf Championship at the Royal Sydney Golf Club in Sydney, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. Spieth sank a 10-foot birdie

Defending champion Jordan Spieth was blown off course as he struggled in the opening round of the Australian Open. The world number one laboured in Sydney to a level-par 71, and was five shots off the pace set by 26-year-old Australian Lincoln Tighe. Spieth found conditions challenging, and said: “We played a lot of those holes in side winds. It was just a guessing game really. “And when you bring hazards into play it makes things even harder.

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.

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

Jordan Spieth returns this week to the Hero World Challenge after a T2 Down Under and with memories of last year’s commanding victory at Tiger’s event. By Emily Kay Nov 30, 2015, 11:00am EST. Share. Tweet. Share. Share Jordan Spieth jets from Australian Open to defend his title at Tiger Woods’ tourney.  Things did not go quite as planned for the world No. 1 at last week’s Australian Open, where Spieth and Adam Scott finished one shot back of winner Matt Jones. Scott fired a final-round 6-under 65 in his national championship while Spieth’s 71 included an eagle try on the 72nd hole that would have forced extra frames. "I would have been pretty excited to be in a playoff with Matt as that would have added to this week as the crowds have just been unbelievable and much bigger than last year," Spieth told AFP Sunday after posting a week-long 7-under. "But for Matt to win is well de

The Australian Open, owned and run by Golf Australia, is the oldest and most prestigious golf tournament on the PGA Tour of Australasia. The Open was first played in 1904 and takes place toward the end of each year. The winner of the tournament receives the Stonehaven Cup, presented by Lord Stonehaven, the Governor-General of Australia from 1925 to 1930. It was first presented in 1930.

Jordan Spieth of the USA fired a superb closing round 63 to win the Emirates Australian Open at The Australian Golf Club in Sydney by six strokes from home player Rod Pampling. Spieth began the final round tied for the lead with Greg Chalmers and Brett Rumford, but the young American produced some scintillating play to pull away from the pack and secure his second title as a professional. “I didn’t think this round was out there, but the putts kept going in,” he said. “It’s been an incredible week from the moment we got here.”. The victory has pushed Spieth to 11th place on the Official World

Fearless youngster Cameron Davis is confident he can contend for the Australian Open title after upstaging Jason Day and Jordan Spieth with a dazzling opening eight-under 63 on Thursday. The 22-year-old from Sydney enjoys a two-stroke lead over unheralded Queenslander Taylor MacDonald, with Day a shot back in a tie for third with former Australian Masters champion Nick Cullen and Alex Edge. World No 2 Spieth struggled in the usual windy afternoon conditions at The Australian to be seven strokes adrift of the lead following a rollercoaster one-under 70 featuring six birdies and five bogeys.

Jordan Spieth of the United States acknowledges the crowd after putting on the 7th hole during the pro-am ahead of the Australian Golf Open at Royal Sydney Golf Club on November 16, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Karen Rosenfeld. Golf.  "Last year, I shot three 6-under rounds in a row (to finish). So I guess that’s the game plan now,” said Jordan Spieth after his opening 71 at the 2014 John Deere Classic. Doc Halen. Golfers.

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

While many Americans slept on Saturday night, Jordan Spieth won the Australian Open. As daylight continued westward early Sunday, Brooks Koepka won in Japan, followed by Matthew Fitzpatrick in the Middle East as Henrik Stenson captured the season-long Race to Dubai, and concluding on Monday with unheralded Mackenzie Hughes winning a five-man playoff at the rain-delayed RSM Classic in Georgia.  31, an important designation to qualify for the Masters. Let's go around the world, with our final Monday Backspin of the year. Australian Open. Jordan Spieth. Spieth won in Sydney for the second time in three years. He defeated a pair of Aussies, up-and-comer Cameron Smith and out-of-nowhere Ashley Hall, on the first playoff hole. Spieth made some clutch putts to get into the playoff, but if not for 54-hole leader Geoff Ogilvy's back-nine collapse, there would have been no playoff.

When Jordan Spieth raised the Australian Open trophy a year ago, it was clear he was on the verge of something much bigger. Matt King/Getty Images. If you asked most people when Jordan Spieth really broke out as the dominant figure he’s become, they would answer the 2015 Masters. It was at Augusta National that we saw Spieth rule the golf world for four days — exercising the demons that doomed him on those same hallowed grounds a year prior, when Spieth had put himself in a position to steal a second green jacket from Bubba Watson but fell short. Both weeks at Augusta showed us what Spieth was

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.

Jordan Spieth, 23, won the British Open Sunday in spectacular fashion for his third major championship.  Here is a recap of the final round of the British Open, played at Royal Birkdale in Southport, England: WINNER: This was really a surreal finish, here’s the best we can do to normalize it… Jordan Spieth battled Matt Kuchar, the elements and himself Sunday and overcame them all to win The 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale. Spieth, who turns 24 in four days, captured his third major championship at 12 under. He and Kuchar were tied at eight under after 12 holes. Then No. 13 proved to be both unlucky and miraculous for the eventual winner. Spieth launched a disastrous tee shot on that soa

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 was unable to defend his Australian Open title as Matt Jones claimed victory in Sydney.  Scott shot a 65 on Sunday to surge into contention and tied Spieth for second. Scott struggled on Friday shooting a birdie-free 73, but rebounded with two rounds in the 60s over the weekend. Rod Pampling stole the show early with a 10-under 61 early on the final day.

Jordan Spieth won the Aussie Open, up next is Tiger Woods’ Hero World Challenge Photo Courtesy of J. Packels. By Jay Betsill. Jordan Spieth fired a career best 8-under 63 on Sunday to top the strong field and win the Australian Open by six strokes. His impressive victory 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.  Spieth and two-time Australian Open champion Greg Chalmers were tied for the lead at 6-under after four holes when Spieth birdied the par-5 fifth and Chalmers made bogey. The two-shot swing put Spieth ahead for good. It was Spieth’s first win of 2014 and second of his pro career following the John Deere Classic in a playoff win on the PGA Tour in the summer of 2013. Spieth will be playing next week in the Hero World Challenge.

Jordan Spieth won the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday by three shots. It is Spieth's third major title after he won the Masters and US Open in 2015. / AFP PHOTO / Ben STANSALL / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USEBEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images. Sound. The gallery will resume inseconds.  Jordan Spieth of the United States embraces his caddie Michael Greller after victory on the 18th green during the final round of the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale on July 23, 2017 in Southport, England. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images). Jordan Spieth of the United States holds the trophy after winning the British Open Golf Championships at Royal Birkdale, Southport, England, Sunday July 23, 2017. (AP Photo/Dave Thompson).

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

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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

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

Spieth also trusted a full bag of Titleist equipment, including 716 T-MB and 716 AP2 irons. The trio of players all finished regulation play at 12-under-par 276, as Spieth closed with a 3-under-par 69, while Smith and Hall raced up the leaderboard with matching 6-under-par 66’s. On the first playoff hole, the par-4 18th at Royal Sydney Golf Club, Spieth split the fairway, then drew a towering 9-iron shot to 15 feet under the hole. Spieth then drained the birdie putt, sealing his second Australian Open crown (he won the event in 2014 and finished runner-up last year).  ••• Let's take a closer look at the equipment that Jordan Spieth, Cameron Smith and Ashley Hall trusted this week at the Australian Open. Golf Ball: New Titleist Prototype Pro V1x golf ball. Driver: 915D2 (9.5°).

Jordan Spieth won the US Open at Chambers Bay on Sunday, two months after winning the Masters at Augusta National.  Jordan Spieth is halfway home to the Grand Slam, a prize only three of the biggest names in modern golf have ever chased. And he still can't believe how he got there. Spieth won the U.S. Open in a heart-stopper Sunday with a turn of events even more wild than the terrain at Chambers Bay. He thought he had it won with a 25-foot birdie putt on the 16th hole. He threw away a three-shot lead one hole later. He made birdie on the final hole. And then he thought it was over as Dustin Johnson settled in over a 12-foot eagle putt for the victory. Jordan Spieth kisses the trophy after winning the

Jordan Spieth won The Open Championship on Sunday thanks to avoiding a disaster on No. 13 and then surging on the final five holes to beat Matt Kuchar and claim the Claret Jug. Despite Spieth playing the final five holes at five-under, this Open will forever be remembered for the bogey Spieth scored on the 13th hole after his tee shot landed an estimated 100 yards to the right of the fairway. Spieth ultimately took an unplayable lie and dropped in the driving range. It was a move that allowed Spieth to get close to the green and save bogey on the hole, but it was how Spieth ended up in the pra

Jordan Spieth won his second major tournament, having won the Masters in April. CreditRoss Kinnaird/Getty Images. Image.  Spieth, whose birthday is in July, opened with a bogey but closed with two birdies on his last three holes for a one-under 69 and a 72-hole total of five under. Playing in the group behind Spieth, Dustin Johnson three-putted from 12 feet for a par on 18 to finish with a 70. He was tied for second with Oosthuizen, the 2010 British Open champion from South Africa, who played the final nine holes in a record-equaling six-under 29 for a 67. Advertisement.  It was easy to tell Sunday that the Australian Jason Day’s struggles with his equilibrium were ongoing. His gait was deliberate. And whenever he bent down, Day looked like he had a dictionary balanced on his head, so straight was his posture and so fixed were his eyes on a spot in the distance.

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