Jordan Spieth has made more appearances on Snapchat than on the golf course since his meltdown at the Masters. That's about to change.
Spieth will play in four consecutive tournaments starting next week, as the 22-year-old prepares to defend his U.S. Open title at Oakmont Country Club.
"I'll be at Players, and then our two hometown events and then I plan on playing Jack's event at Muirfield," Spieth said on Tuesday.
The hometown events are the AT&T Byron Nelson and Dean & Deluca Invitational. Spieth made his tour debut at the Nelson in 2010; he finished second at Colonial in 2015.
Spieth will miss the tour stop in Memphis before heading to Pittsburgh for the 116th edition of the U.S. Open.