Jordan Spieth, like Rory McIlroy, likely ‘will never get too big for his boots’
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“A Star was Born in 2015,” the headline to Martin Dempster’s story in the Scotsman reads. The subject is Jordan Spieth, of course. “It wasn’t just the fact Spieth won two majors that stood out as he enjoyed his annus mirabilis. The young Texan went about his business as though he’d been at the top of the game for some time, not the new kid on the block. He’s classy, on and off the course. His family values helped him lay the foundations for his career and there’s no chance whatsoever they’ll ever be forgotten. Like McIlroy, Spieth seems the type that will never get too big for his boots.”
NASSAU, BAHAMAS - DECEMBER 03: Jordan Spieth of the United States celebrates after a hole-in-one on the second hole druing the first round of the Hero World Challenge at Albany, The Bahamas on December 3, 2015 in Nassau, Bahamas (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
It’s called the Loop, a new Tom Doak design that has 18 greens and 36 teeing areas and can be played in either direction. “Such a radical design concept will cause the eyes of the world – literally – to be focused on Michigan for the next several years,” Tom Lang writes in the Detroit Free Press. “Will it work, how does it work, does it cost more to maintain, will the novelty wear off – if it can honestly be call it a novelty in the first place? Only time will tell.”
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