Jordan Spieth stumbles out of gate at PGA

Isaac Cain
August 12, 2017

And right when it looked as though Spieth might throw away another major, he almost made an ace and followed that with an eagle on his way to winning the British Open. "We think it's a great way to champion what the PGA of America golf professional does and the relationship with the tour". This is one of the four pivotal weeks of the year that we focus on. So there will certainly be pressure. I'm simply stating there won't be added expectations or pressure.

He told reporters: "I've had a couple of top-10s in majors and I feel like I've learned a lot over the years playing quite a few majors now".

"Kisner is on fire right now", said fourth-ranked Rory McIlroy, who fired a second consecutive 72. Hideki Matsuyama, Tommy Fleetwood, Jason Day and Jon Rahm are also under par.

He said in 1999 that he wouldn't return to the U.S. Open and had "had it with the USGA and the way they run their tournaments" after he swatted a moving ball with his putter on No. 8 in his final round at Pinehurst No. 2, taking an 11 on the hole and signing for an 81. "My putting has saved me", Matsuyama said through his translator Bob Turner, while being interviewed by TNT's Amanda Balionis after his round. "But he is one to fear in that position because of what he's capable of doing and how he's going to do it".

Call it maturity, call it a major mentality, for Kisner he knows this is the way you win major championships and after a lifetime of professional trial and error he's ready to take that next step.

Stricker said the USA team, including qualifying players and assistant captains, will have a say in the two captain's choices.

"I'm just excited about the opportunity", Kisner said. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods never got that far.

His 6-iron shot landed in the cup after one bounce.

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But there was a moment he recalled that illustrates what it means to play freely. He would love to see him on the team, but his play must improve.

The American, who started his round at the 10th hole, used his Texas wedge from off the green to sink a 47-foot putt at the par-five seventh - his 16th hole - en route to a second successive four-under-par 67 at Quail Hollow. A par on the final hole ended his dream of the Grand Slam.

"Fortunately not", McIlroy said with a grin.

"I drove the ball well today".

Mickelson said his split with Bones hasn't caused his game to desert him, for he's hitting all the shots, after all. "I'm going to keep it mellow and relaxed like it's been the first two days". It was playing extremely tough. "I didn't reach the green". "That's already set. It's more so in between the ears, making sure I make the right decisions and not get ahead of myself".

What does he have to lose?

"You do think whatever happens, I've already won the Masters and it's wonderful", Garcia said.

Kisner was long gone by then after his morning round. Palmer and Tom Watson spent their careers chasing it. "And hopefully, we don't have to have this conversation in 10 years".

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