Jordan Spieth wins at Pebble Beach

Jordan Spieth had a great weekend, winning at Pebble Beach. As noted below he becomes the second youngest player since WWII to win nine times on the PGA Tour after Tiger Woods. He’s a great player and has a long career ahead of him if he stays healthy . . . and out of trouble lol.

  

Can Jordan Spieth bounce back from Masters disaster in US Open?

Jordan Spieth has lived a charmed life on the PGA tour, but everything changed earlier this year when he suffered an epic meltdown at The Masters giving up a large lead on Sunday to blow the tournament.

With the US Open underway today, we’ll see if Spieth has been able to shake off that miserable experience and snag another major.

  

Handicapping golf’s three young guns: Spieth, McIlroy and Day

The PGA Tour is turning over a new leaf after the 2015 schedule. Former tour headliner Tiger Woods is a shell of his former self and may never play another PGA event in his life, due to mounting injuries. And his decline, as well as some of golf’s other gatekeepers stepping back, has opened the door for the younger – and more promising – players on tour.

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Looking ahead to the 2016 Masters

It was an interesting year in 2015 with the collapse of Tiger Woods and the emergence of a new generation of superstars. The golf landscape is changing and it will be interesting to see if 2016 build on those changes or if Tiger and Phil can force at least a temporary return to the ways things used to be.

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