Two weeks of sleeping in his own bed, hearing the positive vibes from the home crowd and refining his game paid off in spectacular fashion for Jordan Spieth. Oh, and just like his UA counterpart Steph Curry last night, the long range three is back from a mini-vacation. Just in time for the most difficult U.S. Open greens.
Nick Menta with where the win stacks up and other notes for the field.
From John Strege's roundup of Spieth's Dean And Deluca win at Colonial.
“This day is a moment that will go down, no matter what happens in the next 30 years, as one of the most important days I’ve ever had,” he said.
The highlights from PGA Tour Entertainment speak to the patient front nine and back nine outburst that should do wonders for spirts that have been a bit off of late.
The chip in reaction is stellar:
Two-stroke lead. One to play.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 29, 2016
Jordan Spieth is on the verge. pic.twitter.com/C25obMBBdM
Spieth's post round interview is notable again because he's so at ease for the first time in a while and mentions the tough times of late. From GolfChannel.com: