Spieth heading to Sydney for Australian Open
SYDNEY – World # 2 Jordan Spieth confirmed Tuesday he’ll take part in the Australian Open for any third straight year, coming back to some tournament when they have enjoyed success.
World # 2 Jordan Spieth confirmed he’ll take part in the Australian Open for any third straight time, coming back to some tournament when they have enjoyed success.
The American two-time major champion won the tournament by six shots at the end of 2014, a victory that set him up for his breakthrough year where he won the very first two majors of 2015.
He came back this past year as he narrowly missed a playoff, finishing tied-second with Adam Scott, a go behind champion Matt Johnson.
“I think back inside my win within the 2014 Emirates Australian Open with great recollections because it solved the problem build momentum for 2015,” stated the 22-year-old Spieth, whose US Open defence ended having a whimper on Sunday in Pennsylvania because he finished tied 37th following a final-round 75.
“The Emirates Australian Open appears to develop in stature one of the world’s players each year. The area is definitely strong and Royal Sydney ought to be an excellent test.”
The tournament will get arrived at Royal Sydney Club from November 17.