Jordan Spieth ‘keeping expectations lower’ ahead of first appearance in 2019 following winless season on tour
- Former world No 1 has slipped down to 17th in rankings after disappointing 2018
- He will play in Sony Open in Hawaii in first competitive appearance of the year
- Jordan Spieth has been working hard on his game but has low expectations
Former world No 1 Jordan Spieth will keep his expectations low ahead of his first competitive appearance in 2019 in the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Spieth reached the top of the rankings in August 2015 and was second at the end of 2017 but has slipped to 17th after a disappointing year by his standards.
He failed to convert a share of the 54-hole lead into a second successive Open title following a closing 76 at Carnoustie last July.
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