Jordan Spieth now sits fourth on the leaderboard at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, and Twitter is about to explode. The guy hasn’t won since 2017, but it looks like that new swing coach might be helping to fix that.
He’s currently -9 thru 15 today, and we’re as excited as we want to get. We also recall Spieth’s tendency for a “blow up” hole. He’ll play a flawless round of golf, only to wash it away late in his rounds.
Ya know, like we do after every birdie ever.
Basically what I’m saying is that Jordan Spieth is a head case, and it’s possible this is a mirage. Either way, his swing looks pristine, and somehow he looks confident on the greens. I talked about his recent mental struggles, so it’s entirely possible that hiring swing coach Cameron McCormick has unlocked Spieth 2.0.
I mean look at this:
Yes, everyone’s waiting for Tiger Woods at The Masters, but we don’t want to overlook Jordan Spieth, if he’s making a return now. Cheers to Jordan looking like his old self for two days. Now let’s hope he can make it three.