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Topic - Jordan Spieth
Tiger Woods believes it's harder than ever to win on the PGA Tour because of the increasing depth of talent of the players.
Joost Luiten better hope his decision to hit one shot at the BMW Masters doesn't keep him out of that other "Masters."
Na Yeon Choi finished last year by winning the LPGA Titleholders and buying a new house at Isleworth outside Orlando. She was No. 2 on the money list with nearly $2 million. She was No. 2 in the world. She was the U.S. Women's Open champion.
Consider a couple of scenes from the golf world this year, with emphasis on "world."
Dustin Johnson is starting to compile the kind of numbers that are difficult to ignore.
Jordan Spieth followed the flight of his tee shot on the par-3 sixth hole at Sheshan International, and his amateur partners took great interest just watching his body language. Finally, he offered the slightest slump of his shoulders when he saw the outcome.
In a perfect world, Davis Love III will celebrate his 50th birthday next year at Augusta National. If he can't play his way into the Masters, he will be gearing up to play the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head.
The Presidents Cup is more of an exhibition than a competition, even on that rare occasion when the matches are competitive.
His team may have lost, but Graham DeLaet won a lot of admirers.
Capsules of the Sunday matches at the Presidents Cup:
Capsules on the foursomes matches Friday and Saturday morning at the Presidents Cup, and fourballs matches Saturday:
They split two matches, then reluctantly took a break.
Another rain delay cut short some exceptional golf Friday in the Presidents Cup.
Capsules on the fourballs matches Thursday at the Presidents Cup:
The Americans survived a late rally Thursday and put the International team in a familiar hole at the Presidents Cup.
"I thought it was in," Spieth replied.
"Overall short game, wedge work, long irons," Spieth said. "What we said is if I take the same routine and spent a little extra time _ maybe an hour a day, 30 minutes, whatever it is _ and work around the greens, it will be a better year."