Spieth Feels Primed To End Slump

Spieth Feels Primed To End Slump

Jordan Spieth believes he is back on the right track and is hoping to mount another push for Masters glory this week.

At the age of just 21, Spieth burst on to the scene in 2015 when winning the Masters and US Open Championship in the same year, and although he has since gone on to enjoy further major success since then, his game has been in a bit of a slump of late.

Spieth was tied for second heading into the final two rounds of the Texas Open last weekend, but ended up finishing tied for 30th following rounds of 73 and 72.

Despite that less than convincing performance, the American says he is happy with his game. “I feel I’m on the rise right now.

That’s just the way I feel,” Spieth said. “I don’t think I need results to prove anything otherwise.


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I know where my game is at and I know that good things are coming soon. “My expectations are high this week.

I feel great about the state of my game right now. I feel like my recent results aren’t a tell of where my game is actually at, and I feel I’ve made a lot of strides in the last couple days in the tee-to-green game.

It’s just a matter of trust in the stuff that I’m working on, and I don’t feel like I have to play well.”

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