Perhaps making sure he doesn’t fall short of the PGA Tour’s minimum appearance requirement again, Jordan Spieth has committed to his first career fall event in the United States.
Tom Watson on the Ryder Cup, why he partnered Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth, and the (surprising) most important win of his life
The splitting up of the Patrick Reed/Jordan Spieth partnership was one of the biggest storylines during (and after) the 2018 Ryder Cup. But there’s a good chance we wouldn’t be talking about it at all if not for Tom Watson.
Patrick Reed rips into Jordan Spieth, Jim Furyk in NYT interview: “I was looking at (Jordan) like I was about to light the room up like Phil in ’14”
Patrick Reed has often said he doesn’t care what people think about him. Judging by a New York Times interview, that includes his fellow teammates as well.
For, as Oscar Wilde once wrote, it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you place the blame.
One of the more curious decisions of the week and a white elephant in the room was the breaking up of supergroup Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth.
The script is set. It just needs an ending. And thanks to best friends Spieth and Thomas, that ending still is in doubt.
The fact that he was the lone American Ryder Cup player absent from last week’s Tour Championship says plenty about the kind of season Jordan Spieth endured, but the three-time major champion feels that he can still salvage it by contributing to a victory this week at Le Golf National.
Team USA is full to the gunwales with talent, but there’s something a little strange about how that talent is currently performing.
Ryder Cup 2018: Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed split into different practice groups on Tuesday; Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson paired together
The practice pods for the United States have historically provided a hint of what combos are on the weekend horizon. In Tuesday’s round at Le Golf National are any indication, the Ryder Cup docket boasted some interesting pairings.
Trophies are the most tangible sign of success for professional golfers. So what do they do with all the hardware they win?
There is an alternate 2018 timeline for Jordan Spieth.