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Jordan Spieth

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Masters Tournament (2018)
#1. The Masters runs through Jordan Spieth. There's no denying that. He faded last year to an 11th place finish, but had previously gone 2nd-1st-2nd in... Read More
Houston Open (2018)
#4. When we're in Texas, I always consider Spieth. Although he finished 2nd here in 2015, his overall record is pretty poor. Spieth has taken a step ba... Read More
WGC - Dell Match Play (2018)
#6. Spieth should be a great match play candidate, but he's had zero success in this format over-the-years. Furthermore, he's got a terrible singles re... Read More
Valspar Championship (2018)
#1. Despite his struggles on the greens, Spieth continues to post top-20 finishes with the occasional top-10. Bermuda grass is one of his better surfac... Read More
WGC - Mexico Championship (2018)
#5. Last year, Spieth seemed to get more comfortable here as the week drew on. Although I think putting will be mitigated a bit this week, it wouldn't ... Read More
Genesis Open (2018)
#2. Even though he's struggled lately, I saw promising signs from Spieth last week at Pebble Beach. His putter heated up a bit, and he wasn't making as... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2018)
#2. What in the world is going on with Jordan Spieth? In short, nothing. He's just struggling on the greens right now, and spraying a tee shot here and... Read More
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2018)
#3. I hope Spieth goes a little under the radar this week with Rahm and Hideki eating up ownership, because I love his chances just as much. In two tri... Read More
Sony Open (2018)
#1. Not a shocking pick by any stretch, but I think Spieth's price will keep him lower-owned than he should be. I expect him to dominate this week, and... Read More
Tour Championship (2017)
#1. Although Jordan Spieth had his worst tee-to-green week of the FedEx Cup playoffs at the BMW Championship, he secured his third straight top-5 finis... Read More
EMC Championship (2017)
#3. Spieth looked like he had a win locked up last week, blowing open a 5-shot lead early on Sunday. A double bogey rattled him, and DJ made just enoug... Read More
The Northern Trust (2017)
#3. If you're playing the "Augusta of the North" narrative, Spieth should be your guy. This course is going to challenge players on and around these gr... Read More
PGA Championship (2017)
#4. Ranking Spieth fourth on my list seems like a bad idea, but this course just doesn't set up well for him. That's not saying Spieth can't win&hellip... Read More
WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (2017)
#3. There's nobody in the world hotter than Jordan Spieth, who has won his past two starts (including the Open Championship). On paper, Firestone isn't... Read More
The Open Championship�(British Open) (2017)
#1. Everything is pointing towards Jordan Spieth this week, but I'm a bit worried about his layoff since winning the Travelers. It's always tough to pl... Read More
Travelers Championship (2017)
#1. Spieth sputtered a bit last week at the U.S. Open, but came storming back Sunday with a 69 in difficult conditions. Surprisingly, Spieth's ball-str... Read More
U.S. Open (2017)
#3. Spieth is an interesting case study this week, but I'm on board. He tends to excel at these new, unknown courses because he's able to scramble and ... Read More
The Memorial Tournament (2017)
#5. Spieth nearly silenced the doubters at Colonial last week, and probably would have won if not for a few nasty lip-outs on Sunday. Spieth has strugg... Read More
Dean & DeLuca Invitational (2017)
#4. What to do with Spieth? Over the past few seasons, he's been the king of Colonial, finishing 1st, 2nd, 14th, and 7... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2017)
#4. There's clearly something going on with Spieth, both in his golf swing and in his mind. He's been known as a bit of a hot head over the years, and ... Read More
The Players Championship (2017)
#4. On paper, this should be the perfect course for Spieth. His inaccuracy off the tee hurts a bit, but he's solid with his wedges, and can scramble as... Read More
Masters Tournament (2017)
#4. Decent course history here: 2nd, 1Read More
Shell Houston Open (2017)
#2. Spieth is always extra motivated playing in his home state, but I have a little concern that he's looking ahead to Augusta. He finished 13thRead More
WGC-Mexico Championship (2017)
#5. The trouble with Spieth at this venue is that he's been spraying his tee shots everywhere in the past few weeks. He managed to scramble his way to ... Read More
Genesis Open (2017)
#2. Win last week, with five straight top-10's prior to that. Spieth's ball striking has been solid, even when his driver fails him. But as usual, it's... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2017)
Spieth doesn't have the best putting record on slow, bumpy, poa annua greens, but he's always a threat to win. Spieth has a couple of top-10s on ... Read More
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2017)
#2. Spieth has only played here once before, but he finished seventh. He began his season with back-to-back third place finishes in Hawaii, and I think... Read More
Sony Open in Hawaii (2017)
#1. If Spieth shows up with his A game, he'll win this week by a bunch. He has a lot of demons from 2016 that he's trying to exorcise, and I expect a g... Read More
Tournament of Champions (2017)
#2. Spieth loves this place, as it test iron play, wedge play, and putting. He shot a ridiculous -30 last year, and obviously can draw on his experienc... Read More
TOUR Champ (2016)
#5. At the start of the season, those in one and done pools saved Spieth for this week based on his record at East Lake (win last year and T2 in 2013). He... Read More
BMW Champ (2016)
#7. Spieth didn't play here in 2012, but his game looks like it might finally be coming together. He's finished T13, T10 and T21 in his last three events ... Read More
Deutsche Champ (2016)
#5. Spieth missed the cut here last year after posting a T4 and T29 in his first two starts. It's hard to miss the cut here as the top 70 plus ties make i... Read More
Barclays (2016)
#14. Spieth is another of the “elites” who has had his share of struggles this season. He’s made six cuts in a row on Tour. However, since his win at the D... Read More
PGA Champ (2016)
#4. Spieth can play well here and wouldn’t be surprised to see him in contention come Sunday. He has back to back top 10 finishes at Firestone and ranks t... Read More
The Open Champ (2016)
#5. Spieth is coming into this week with spotty form but he did have a T3 his last time out at Firestone and we know he is capable of winning every week. ... Read More
World Golf Championships- Bridgestone Invitational (2016)
#6. Spieth has finished 49th and tenth in the last two years in his only two starts at the Bridgestone. He’s fourth in the statistical model this week, bu... Read More
US Open (2016)
#12. The defending champ has finished in the top 5 in his last five majors including a T2 at the Masters. Since the Masters, Spieth has finished MC, T18, W... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2016)
#3. Spieth won last week and has to top two finishes in this last four events. He’s seventh in my statistical model this week though he’s only 99th in par... Read More
DEAN & DELUCA Invitational (2016)
#2. The Texan bounced back last week with his sixth top 20 in his last seven PGA events. The game doesn’t look to be all there yet, but it’s coming togeth... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2016)
#7. Spieth checks out as the best player in my statistical model, but that’s not terribly surprising. However, he has just one top 20 in five trips here (... Read More
#1. Spieth has struggled on in P5E550-600 as he’s 143rd this year, but the rest of the profile fits the course. He debuted with a T4 two years ago, but mi... Read More
The Masters (2016)
#9. Spieth has a win and second place finish in his two trips to Augusta so he checks the course history box. For any mortal golfer, the young American’s ... Read More
Houston Open (2016)
#7. The Texan looked like he’d found part of his game last week at the Match Play, but it is not all there yet. Spieth says he’s improving, but I want mor... Read More
Valspar Champ (2016)
#1. Spieth finished T17 last week at a course that certainly wasn’t suited to his game. That finish gives us a little hope that Jordan is putting his game... Read More
SGC-Cadillac (2016)
#12. Do you trust him? I’m not sure I trust him especially on a course where length is key. I’d rather be a week behind on Jordan and don't want to waste a... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2016)
#1. Somehow Spieth is Group A and Rory is in Group B. Don't ask me why. But, you could potentially have both in your lineup. I favor Jordan over Rory as S... Read More
ATT Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2016)
#2. Best player in the world? Yea, probably. He hasn’t finished outside the top seven in his last seven tournaments. He's a great option in Group A this w... Read More
THE TOUR Champ (2015)
#7. After missing back to back cuts, Jordan put up a T13 at the BMW. He debuted to a solo second at the TOUR Championship and then cratered last year with... Read More
BMW Champ (2015)
#11. Current form or course history? He was T16 at Conway Farms in 2013 and has also had a lot of success at the John Deere (WIN and T7 in the last two yea... Read More
Deutsche Bank (2015)
#7. Spieth’s missed cut last week was disappointing, but looking back I should have been a bit smarter about Spieth, his layoff and the course he hadn’t s... Read More
The Barclays (2015)
#1. Here’s a fun stat for you. Spieth has played par 4s at 72-under par this year which leads the Tour. His score is more than twice as good as the second... Read More
PGA Champ (2015)
#9. Do you want to fade him? Sure, you can come up with reasons. He hasn’t played here previously. He had his worst finish since the Byron Nelson last wee... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2015)
#1. It would be nearly impossible to rank Jordan Spieth anywhere but number 1 in any event that he plays in this season. The kid is absolutely unstoppable... Read More
British Open (2015)
#2. About the only things you can say badly about Spieth is that he’s never played this course and spent the week prior to the British Open playing the Jo... Read More
J Deere Classic (2015)
#2. Spieth won here in 2013 and finished T7 last year so he likes the course. He’s got three top five finishes in his last four tournaments and has three ... Read More
US Open (2015)
#5. Spieth played here at the U.S. Amateur in 2010. His caddy has lived near Chambers Bay since 2010 and has caddied there on and off since. So, he’s got ... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2015)
#3. Spieth has finished T63 and T19 in his two trips to Jack's tournament. It's not too surprising that Spieth's profile fits the course well (not sure th... Read More
Byron Nelson (2015)
#8. If you have a ton of starts left for Spieth, I'm fine with taking him this week, but I'm going to be off him. His record is OK here with four made ... Read More
Crowne Plaza (2015)
#1. Spieth is the best golfer not named Rory McIlroy on the planet. He’s played here the last two years and has back to back top 15 finishes. He missed th... Read More
PLAYERS Champ (2015)
#1. The hottest player on the planet won two of this three first round matches at the Match Play, but didn’t advance to the Sweet 16. And that’s just fine... Read More
RBC Heritage (2015)
#2. Do you want to bet against this guy right now? In his last three tourneys he’s finished second, T2 and WIN. He’s played here the last two years and ha... Read More
The Masters (2015)
#2. Is there a hotter golfer in the world right now? His results in his last three tournaments are WIN, solo second, T2. He finished T2 here last year in ... Read More
Houston Open (2015)
#1. Spieth has a terrible course history with a missed cut (last year) and a T50 over the last two years. However, he may be the hottest golfer in the wor... Read More
Texas Open (2015)
#1. Spieth hails from Dallas, Texas and he’s the odds on favorite this week. He’ll be heavily owned in most formats. He finished solo tenth here last year... Read More
Valspar Champ (2015)
#1. Spieth, the native Floridian, has played here twice and has a tie for seventh and a tie for 20th on this resume. After stumbling out of the gate at Do... Read More
WGC-Cadillac (2015)
#9. Spieth's only outing at the Cadillac Championships was last year and resulted in a tie for 34th at six over par. Since missing the cut at the Farme... Read More
Northern Trust (2015)
#8. Spieth is an excellent player, but there are better options if you want to grab a golfer at this level in Yahoo!. He's made one of two cuts here so... Read More
Pebble Beach (2015)
#6. Spieth has played here only twice (the last two years), but he's made the cut each of those years. He pick up a tie for fourth last year at Pebble... Read More
Farmers Insurance (2015)
#1. He came out last week in his first tournament and forever and all he did was finish in a tie for seventh. He's only played here twice and picked up a ... Read More
Phoenix Open (2015)
#2. Spieth hasn't played on tour yet this year, but he has two wins a tie for third in international tournaments he's entered. He had an amazing rookie s... Read More
TOUR Championship (2014)
#7. Spieth earned a share of second in last year's East Lake debut and is coming off a T8 at the BMW, his first top-20 since mid-July.... Read More
BMW Championship (2014)
#13. The 21-year-old is in a something of a swoon with five consecutive finishes coming outside of the top 20. Prior to the cold spell, Spieth had finished... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2014)
#11. Spieth finished T4 in last year's TPC Boston debut but is scuffling at the moment. After recording five consecutive finishes inside the top 20, Spieth... Read More
The Barclays (2014)
#20. Spieth has gone cold over his last three starts and most recently missed the cut at the PGA. He finished T19 in last years Barclays debut but has neve... Read More
PGA Championship (2014)
#12. Spieth missed the cut in last year's PGA debut. After recording five consecutive finishes inside the top 20, Spieth has finished T36 at the Open Champ... Read More
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational (2014)
#9. Spieth is making his first career start at Firestone. His T36 at the Open Championship, ending a streak of five consecutive finishes of 19th or better... Read More
The Open Championship (2014)
#9. Spieth was tied for 11th midway through last year's Open Championship debut, but finished outside of the top 40. Starting with his share of second at ... Read More
John Deere Classic (2014)
#1. Including his share of second in the Masters, Spieth has made eight consecutive cuts with only one result falling outside of the Top 20. Spieth is als... Read More
AT&T National (2014)
#2. Spieth comes in having made seven consecutive cuts with six finishes inside the top 20. He owned a share of the lead at Congressional in last year’s t... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2014)
#5. Spieth has made six consecutive cuts this season with top-fives at the Masters and THE PLAYERS with only one result outside of the top 20. This will b... Read More
the Memorial Tournament (2014)
#6. Over his last seven starts, Spieth has recorded five top-15s with a pair of top-fives and only missed one cut. Spieth played the Memorial for the firs... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational (2014)
#5. Spieth played Colonial for the first time last year and finished T7. After sharp recent performances at the Masters (T2) and THE PLAYERS (T4), Spieth ... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2014)
#1. Spieth has played the Byron Nelson three times since 2010. He is yet to finish better than 16th; just T68 last year, but was sitting inside the top 10... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2014)
#9. Spieth has never played TPC Sawgrass but isn't a player you worry about as a first timer anywhere. He's played in 11 stroke play events this year w... Read More
RBC Heritage (2014)
#1. Spieth recorded a T9 in last year’s debut at Harbour Town. The 20-year-old was already making a name for himself prior to last week’s T2 in the Master... Read More
The Masters (2014)
#16. Spieth is a first timer at Augusta and is coming off a missed cut at Redstone, one week after a T10 at TPC San Antonio. Limited experience is rarely a... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2014)
#4. Spieth only managed a T50 at Redstone, but we all know by now you don’t hold anything against the 20-year-old phenom. Spieth, a Texas native, enjoyed ... Read More
Valero Texas Open (2014)
#7. Spieth is a Texas native, but missed last year’s cut at TPC San Antonio. After reaching the quarterfinals of the Match Play Championship, Spieth has f... Read More
Valspar Championship (2014)
#1. Inexperience has not been an issue for Spieth, but last year’s T7 in his Copperhead debut is just reassurance he’ll bounce back after a 34 at Doral. I... Read More
WGC-Cadillac Championship (2014)
#10. Spieth is a first timer at Doral, but is coming off an impressive showing in his match play debut. That capped an impressive February that also featur... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2014)
#7. Spieth is playing Riviera for the first time after missing the cut in 2012. He is coming off a T4 at Pebble Beach, Spieth’s best result since placing ... Read More
AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (2014)
#6. In his Pebble Beach debut last year, Spieth finished with a respectable T22. He was the runner-up in the Tournament of Champions and surprisingly miss... Read More
Farmers Insurance Open (2014)
#5. Spieth followed up his solo second in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions by missing the cut in the Sony Open. He’ll return to the mainland in hopes o... Read More
Sony Open in Hawaii (2014)
#4. Spieth is a first-timer at Waialae, but the 2013 rookie of the year is coming off a runner-up performance in his Kapalua debut. The 20-year-old ended ... Read More
Hyundai Tournament of Champions (2014)
#6. Jordan Spieth 20/1 Last year's phenom won the John Deere Classic to earn the right to play this event for the first time. Spieth then added two run... Read More
TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola (2013)
#19. In his last four starts Spieth has recorded a pair of top-fives and hasn’t fallen outside of the top 20. He ranks 11th in scoring average, eighth in t... Read More
BMW Championship (2013)
#6. Since missing the cut at the PGA Championship, Spieth has finished solo second at Sedgefield then T19 and T4 in the postseason. The rookie is 11th in ... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2013)
#19. Spieth is among the 14 players competing at TPC Boston for the first time. He overcame a missed cut in the PGA Championship to fall just short of winn... Read More
The Barclays (2013)
#12. Spieth won the John Deere Classic and then understandably struggled in two majors. He’s now coming off playoff defeat last week at Sedgefield. Spieth ... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2013)
#7. Since winning the John Deere Classic against a soft field like this one, Spieth dropped to T44 in the British Open and missed the cut at Oak Hill. He ... Read More
The Open Championship (2013)
#21. Spieth landed the final spot for the Open Championship by capturing his first career victory in last week's John Deere Classic. He's made 12 of his 16... Read More
John Deere Classic (2013)
#4. Spieth entered the final round of last week’s Greenbrier Classic in fourth, but dropped to finish T23. He’ll turn 20 years old this month and is playi... Read More
The Greenbrier Classic (2013)
#7. Spieth is coming off a solo sixth at Congressional to give him five top-10s in 10 of the 14 events in which he’s made the cut this season. He’s now 13... Read More
AT&T National (2013)
#28. Spieth missed the cut in his first appearance at Congressional a year ago. He’s also coming off a missed cut at Merion (perhaps burned out by the grue... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2013)
#24. Last year’s T21 at Olympic Club remains Spieth’s lone appearance in a major. He recently finished T7 at Colonial and played well in the Memorial aside... Read More
FedEx St. Jude Classic (2013)
#2. Spieth turns 20 years old next month and might own consecutive top-10s for the second time this season if not for an awful third round in last week... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (2013)
#23. Spieth has never played Colonial, but the 19 year old is worth a look thanks to three top-10s in 10 starts this season. He’s finished outside of the t... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2013)
#14. Spieth is just 19 years old, but he’s already competed in the Byron Nelson twice. Spieth placed T16 in 2010 and T32 in 2011, but did not play this eve... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2013)
#20. Spieth might be a first timer at Quail Hollow, but the 19-year-old has shown that he is capable of big things. Even though he’s missed three cuts in e... Read More
Zurich Classic of New Orleans (2013)
#15. After two lackluster performances, Spieth came right back with a T9 at Harbour Town. The 19-year-old has now registered three top-10s in just seven st... Read More
RBC Heritage (2013)
#30. Phenom in freefall? After a share of second in the Puerto Rico Open and a T7 the following week at Copperhead, Spieth finished T50 at Redstone and ... Read More
Valero Texas Open (2013)
#11. Spieth, the 19-year-old golf phenom, had finished T2 in the Puerto Rico Open and T7 at Copperhead until a disappointing T50 last week at Redstone. Spi... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2013)
#22. In his last three starts, Spieth has finished T22 at Pebble Beach, T2 in the Puerto Rico Open and T7 at Copperhead.... Read More
Valero Texas Open (2012)
#30. The 19 year old Spieth (currently a freshman at Texas) won the Amateur championship in 2009 and 2011. This will be his second sponsor exemption of the... Read More