Jordan Spieth is confident he will rediscover his best form soon as he prepares for this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson. The three-time major winner has not won since his victory at the Open Championship in 2017 and he is yet to register a top-20 finish from his 12 starts this season.
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The 25-year-old has been working hard on his putting over recent weeks, as that was his Achilles heel last season, although statistics have suggested that it is the other areas of his game that are letting him down this year. Spieth does not buy into that theory, however, although he does know there are areas of his game he needs to work on if he is to return to the kind of form that saw him reach the top of the world rankings.
“There’s always something you’re singling out and you obviously put more emphasis on that to get it back up,” he told the PGA Tour website. “But it’s not been in a place where anything else has dropped as significantly. “I know what I need to work on.
I’ve been now putting the effort in over there while making sure we’re maintaining the rest of the game.” The AT&T Byron Nelson is a hometown event for Spieth and although the current world number 39 will be hoping to use a return to Dallas to his advantage, he is not putting an exact date on when he expects to be back on top form. “I don’t know on timeframe, but I feel really good about the progressions being made,” he added. “I know it got off for a while. Now it’s just the difficulty in fixing it.”
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