Spieth Says His Final Masters Round “…could be a spark for a really solid year”
Jordan Spieth looking to use brilliant final Masters round as springboard for successful season: ‘It very well could be a spark for a really solid year’
- Jordan Spieth endured a tough time on the course prior to the Houston Open
- Spieth then produced a fantastic Masters final round to finish third at Augusta
- Following his brilliant display at Augusta, he said ‘I think I got on the right path’
Jordan Spieth believes his brilliant final round at the Masters can act as the springboard to another successful season.
Spieth admitted he was in a state of ‘panic’, particularly with his putting, when he struggled to an opening 76 in the Valspar Championship and failed to get beyond the group stages of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
However, the 23-year-old recovered to finish third in the Houston Open in his native Texas and was also third at Augusta National a week later after a scintillating 64 in pursuit of Ryder Cup partner Patrick Reed.
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