The Favorite- Jordan Spieth
It’s been quite the year for the 21-year old Texan.
Spieth won the first two legs of the calendar year Grand Slam (the Masters in Augusta, GA and U.S Open Championship in Seattle, WA).
He’s march towards immortality came to a halt last month at the Open Championship, which was held at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland (the birthplace of golf). Spieth was left out of the three-man playoff by one stroke, after making a Sunday charge.
Jordan Spieth’s last 5 starts: T3 (the Memorial) 1st (U.S. Open) 1st (John Deere) T4 (The Open) T10 (WGC-Bridgestone) pic.twitter.com/AZyr2UcyrP
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 10, 2015
He returns to American soil with aim of taking the last Major, giving him three out of four championships this golf season. Spieth would join exclusive company with Tiger Woods and Ben Hogan, as golfers who have won three majors in a single season.