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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 196
The chip-in at 17 and a final birdie to seal it at the 18th were just icing on a cake that’s been baking for much longer than most of us expected, and far longer than Spieth would have wanted. How deeply the Masters wounded Spieth, only he knows, but his comments after his latest success suggest it wasn’t merely a scratch. “I wasn’t sure how long it would take to get over the hurdle of having to come in to every single interview room, having to listen to crowds only talk about what happened a month ago,” Spieth said. “It’s very difficult, and I’m 22. It’s not like I hadn’t won. We’ve won two majors.” “It’s very difficult to stay present, stay positive when that’s happening, when those are the only questions.” For all the talk about whether Spieth would ever rediscover the spark that carried him to five victories, two majors, a FedEx Cup victory and $12 million in prizemoney, all within a calendar year, you might want to note that he now sits third in the FedEx Cup rankings, has only one less tournament victory than Jason Day this year and has already topped $4 million in prizemoney. And now he’ll head to the US Open as an in-form defending champion, confident once again that anything is possible. E IT’S EASY TO FORGET ONE THING: HE DID FINISH SECOND AT GOLF’S BIGGEST TOURNAMENT.
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