Jordan Spieth Places Third at The Sentry
Jordan finishes at 27-under at the Sentry Tournament of Champions after posting a round of 65 in the final round at Plantation Course at Kapalua Golf Club
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2022 RBC Heritage
Not all rounds of golf are created equal. And no other golfer is created like Jordan Spieth. His Sunday featured two eagles in his first five holes, a must-make 10-footer for birdie on 18 and a clutch up-and-down from the bunker in a playoff. His ability to present that as just another day at teh office reminds us: Spieth is used to getting wild.
2021 Valero Texas Open
"I feel grateful," Spieth said Sunday, answering a question he was glad to be asked. "It's been a road that's had a lot of tough days. I've had people in my corner that always have believed in me, even when I've kind of believed less in myself." Here's how the journey ended: He shot 6-under par 66 to end the week at 18-under 270, two strokes better than Charley Hoffman and four ahead of Matt Wallace. He climbed 33 spots in the FedExCup standings, to No. 7. He kept a good season going, one in which he's had three top five finishes since early February.
2017 Open Championship
Spieth played the final five holes in 5 under and closed with a 1-under 69 for a three-shot victory over Matt Kuchar, giving him the third leg of the career Grand Slam and a chance to be the youngest to win them all next month at the PGA Championship. Spieth joined Jack Nicklaus as the only playeres to win three different majors at age 23, and even the Golden Bear was impressed. "Is Jordan Spieth something else?" Nicklaus tweeted during the wild back nine.
2017 Travelers Championship
Jordan Spieth looked over the lip of the bunker, 61 feet, 5 inches from the hole. Fellow playoff combatant and friend Daniel Berger waited for him. Jordan Lewites, Spieth's co-manager, watching from just up the hill left of the 18th green, leaned into Spieth's pal Ryan Palmer, who had finished his round. "Jordan wants to go home," Lewites said. "This is going in."
2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Jordan Spieth kept it simple Sunday and won the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the ninth PGA Tour title of his young career. Jordan started with a six-shot lead and no one got closer than three all day. He putted for birdie on all but one hole and closed with a two-under 70 for a four-shot victory over former U.S. Amateur champion Kelly Kraft, who shot 67.
2016 Emirates Australian Open
The world No. 5 drained a pressure putt on his 72nd hole of the tournament to squeeze into a three-way play-off with Australians Ashley Hall and Cameron Smith, then duly banked an uphill 15-footer for birdie to win a gripping tournament after the trio had trudged back up the 18th.
2016 DEAN & DELUCA INVITATIONAL
With an impressive back nine at Colonial, Spieth won at home in Texas for the first time on the PGA Tour. He had three consecutive birdies after making the turn, and three more in a row to finish his 5-under 65 on Sunday. "This day is a moment that'll go down, no matter what happens in the next 30 years of my career, thsi will be one of the most important days that I've ever had," Jordan said after the win.
2016 HYUNDAI TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
Jordan brought his old form to the new year and had no trouble winning the Hyundai Tournament of Champions on Sunday. Staked to a five-shot lead, Spieth made two straight birdies around the turn at Kapalua to restore his margin, and he spent the rest of the afternoon soaking up the views of the surf and sun on Maui.
2015 TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP BY COCA-COLA
A magical season for Jordan ended Sunday with the 22-year-old Texan claiming the biggest prize on the PGA Tour. Spieth shot a 1-under 69 to finish at 9-under and win the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola by four strokes. In the process, he also clinched the FedExCup and its $10 million bonus.
2015 JOHN DEERE CLASSIC
Jordan Spieth beats Tom Gillis on the second hole of a playoff to win at TPC Deere Run for his fourth victory of the season. "To be able to shoot 20-under in three rounds in nice momentum," Spieth said. "The finish, when I really didn't feel like tee to green I had much (Sunday), gives me a lot of momentum to draw on if I don't have my best stuff.
2015 U.S. OPEN
The 21-year-old Texan shot a 1-under 69 to win by one stroke over Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen in an intense—and insane—final round at Chambers Bay. Jordan became the youngest U.S. Open champion since Bobby Jones in 1923.
2015 MASTERS TOURNAMENT
Jordan Spieth got more than redemption and a green jacket on Sunday. He took his place among the best in the game with a Masters Tournament victory for the ages. "He has no weaknesses," Phil Mickelson said. "He doesn't overpower the golf course, but he plays the course strategically well. He plays all the shots properly. And he has the ability to focus and see things clear when the pressure is on and perform at his best when the pressure is on."
2015 VALSPAR CHAMPIONSHIP
Spieth capped off an afternoon of back-nine charges, clutch putts and unseemly par saves by making a 30-foot birdie putt on the third extra hole of a playoff at Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course to beat Ryder Cup teammates Patrick Reed and Sean O'Hair.
2014 HERO WORLD CHALLENGE
Jordan wins with a performance tournament host Tiger Woods could appreciate, blowing away an elite field at Isleworth and setting two tournament records in the process.
2014 EMIRATES AUSTRALIAN OPEN
Spieth's 72-hole total of 13-under 271 on the tough, windy Australian Golf Club course 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.
2013 JOHN DEERE CLASSIC
Jordan Spieth is the 2013 John Deere Classic champion, beating out Zach Johnson and David Hearn in an epic five-hole playoff. I's his first championship on the PGA Tour, and at 19 years old, he's the youngest PGA winner since 1991.