Aug 3 (Reuters) - Jordan Spieth, whose putting and short game brilliance lifted him to victory two weeks ago in the British Open at Royal Birkdale, was at it again in Thursday's opening round of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Matt Kuchar fought dizzy spells in the first round of the RBC Canadian Open on Thursday, four days after finishing second behind Jordan Spieth in the British Open at Royal Birkdale. “I had a couple of spells where I got a little bit of dizzy and I felt weak,” Kuchar said. “I don't know where it...
Matt Kuchar fought dizzy spells in the first round of the RBC Canadian Open, four days after finishing second behind Jordan Spieth in the British Open at Royal Birkdale
Noted health enthusiast Gary Player was not pleased about the diets at Royal Birkdale
Recent winner of the 2017 British Open, Jordan Speith, didn’t have a “tap-in”-day at Royal Birkdale in the final round on Sunday. Speith battled missed fairways all day that in turn gave him tough approach shots into challenging greens. Show More Summary
Twitter blew up during Sunday’s British Open finale as Jordan Speith rode a rollercoaster to his Claret Jug win at Royal Birkdale. Jordan’s buddy and roommate, Daniel Berger, tweeted “Jordan Speith is a Savage” as the 23-year-old battled through the back nine against his steady and seasoned opponent, Matt Kuchar. Show More Summary
“Are you not entertained???” tweeted Steph Curry in reference to Jordan Speith’s gritty performance this past week at The Open. In a gladiator-like Sunday at Royal Birkdale, Speith and Matt Kuchar battled it out through 18 holes for the Claret Jug. Show More Summary
LONDON, July 24 (Reuters) - Golf's greatest names hailed Jordan Spieth's dramatic triumph at the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday as the new champion savoured his victory by swigging from the Claret Jug trophy.
For his second-place finish in the British Open, Matt Kuchar leaves Royal Birkdale with a check worth $1,067,000. And without the Claret Jug. That’s a painful reality for someone who has earned more money than any current player — about $40 million — without a major championship to his name. When...
Spieth recovered from a rocky start in the final round to win the 146th Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Jordan Spieth was standing at the edge. Not just the edge of a steep hill overlooking the 13th hole at Royal Birkdale — the result of a drive that sailed 100 yards wide right — but the edge of another meltdown in a major championship, this time the British Open. How he escaped to lift the Claret...
JORDAN SPIETH IS THE CHAMPION GOLFER of the year. But how Spieth closed out his first Open Championship to get his named etched on the Claret Jug almost defies explanation. Spieth fired a 69 on Sunday to win by 3 strokes over runner-up...Show More Summary
Spieth took Royal Birkdale, and now you can let the hyperbole begin on his young career
It went sideways until it didn't at Royal Birkdale; in the end, Jordan Spieth made history
Everyone assumed Jordan Spieth would win The Open when the final round began on Sunday. But no-one predicted how. Tom Fordyce describes the drama.
July 23 (Reuters) - Factbox on American Jordan Spieth who won the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday:
Watch a selection of the best shots from the final day of The Open at Royal Birkdale, featuring Ian Poulter, Rickie Fowler and winner Jordan Spieth.
SOUTHPORT, England, July 23 (Reuters) - Canada's Austin Connelly did not hang around after finishing in a six-way tie for 14th place in the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday
Rory McIlroy shoots a closing three-under-par 67 to secure a top-five finish in The Open at Royal Birkdale.