Audio: Morning Drive 5/26/11 - Jordan Spieth Interview
-And there you see the photo. That's Jordan Spieth . The kid hasn't graduated from high school yet. That's slated to happen tomorrow. He may not be there. Because if me makes
Overdrive: First and 10, do it again
gonna have a great week. -Love Jordan Spieth , love that pick but I'm gonna ..... might make it as a pick. -And Jordan Spieth , he left Texas in the middle ..... I'll tell you why. I think Jordan Spieth is a very special case, someone
Audio: Morning Drive 5/26/11 - Rich Lerner Interview
Golf Channel Analyst Rich Lerner joins 'Morning Drive' to discuss what folks can expect from his upcoming sit-down interview with funny man Will Ferrell and weighs in on high school senior Jordan Spieth's return to the HP Byron Nelson Championsiop.
2011 HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods - Tournament Highlights
Jordan Spieth of Dallas ended his storied AJGA career by posting a 10-under-par total and a four-shot victory Monday at the HP Boys Championship at Carlton Woods. His final-round 70 pushed him ahead of second-round co-leader Cody Proveaux of Leesville, S.C., who finished second at 6-under-par.
HP Byron Nelson Championship
Four Seasons Resort on May 18, 2013 in Irving, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images) Jordan Spieth IRVING, TX - MAY 18: Jordan Spieth hits a shot during the third round of the 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship at the TPC Four Seasons
Shell Houston Open
Redstone Golf Club on March 29, 2013 in Humble, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images) Jordan Spieth HUMBLE, TX - MARCH 29: Jordan Spieth watches his second shot on the 11th hole during the second round of the Shell Houston Open at the
Living the high life: It's good to be Jordan Spieth
WINDERMERE, Fla. – Life is good for Jordan Spieth . His upcoming itinerary looks like it was pulled straight from a buddy-trip manual. On Tuesday, the University of Texas sophomore
Defending champ Dufner with Bradley, Kuchar
but has yet to crack the top 20 in 10 starts since his triumph at PGA West. 1 p.m. Thursday / 8 a.m. Friday: Jordan Spieth , Ryo Ishikawa, Jeff Overton A former standout at the University of Texas, Spieth will have plenty of crowd support
Expert Picks: HP Byron Nelson Championship
cut streak should at least cash a check. Group 3: Jordan Spieth : If he can contend here before high school graduation ..... finishes in three of his four career starts. Group 3: Jordan Spieth : The Texan teen had a chance to win this event when
Expert Picks: Wells Fargo Championship
for his return to the U.S. Open. Group 2: Luke Guthrie: Quail Hollow likes anointing young stars. Group 3: Jordan Spieth : See ... Group 4: : See Luke Guthrie...
Jordan Spieth - July 6, 2012
Jordan Spieth , who is #1 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking and earned Low Amateur honors in the 2012 U.S. Open, is preparing to play on
Jordan Spieth - November 23, 2011
Spieth is a 2-time U.S. Junior Amateur Champion, member of the 2011 U.S. Walker Cup team, and a freshman member of the University of Texas golf team. He is also the second ranked amateur in the world. He is playing in a tournament in El Paso this week but he will be back in Dallas for Thanksgiving.
Spieth showing character to stick around on Tour
PALM HARBOR, Fla. – Jordan Spieth has character. It should be noted that this is inherently different ..... but there’s always room for more guys with character. Expect Jordan Spieth to fill that niche sooner rather than later. His game is good
Spieth announces decision to turn professional
Standout sophomore Jordan Spieth has decided to forgo his remaining eligibility and turn professional ..... advance past the second stage of PGA Tour Q-School last month. " Jordan Spieth is a remarkable young man," said Texas men's golf coach John
Spieth not slowing down, focused on earning card
Just because Jordan Spieth has special temporary membership on the PGA Tour for the remainder of this season, don’t expect him to start slowing down.
Spieth outplays partners McIlroy, Kuchar in Texas
Playing in his first premier grouping on the PGA Tour, Jordan Spieth was a hole away from stealing the show. In a share of the early lead at the Valero Texas Open, Spieth made a mess of the par-5 eighth hole (his 17th of the day), taking a triple-bogey 8 and settling for a 1-under 71.
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