What’s in Jordan Spieth’s Winning Bag?


EUROPEAN TOUR/The Open:  Titleist Brand Ambassador Jordan Spieth  captured the 146th Open Championship in dramatic fashion, rallying with a collection of clutch shots down the stretch for his third career major. Spieth, who was the only player to fire four consecutive rounds in the 60’s (65-69-65-69), played his final five holes in 5-under par to close with 1-under 69. Spieth finished with a 12-under 268 victory total, three shots clear of his playing partner and nearest competitor. The Open title gave Spieth the third leg of the career Grand Slam and a chance to be the youngest to win them all next month at the PGA Championship. The 23-year-old is only the second golfer to win three of four major championships before his 24th birthday. The rally actually began with a bogey save on the 13th hole where Spieth used a new Titleist 718 T-MB prototype 3-iron –  a club he just put in the bag for the first time this week – to hit a blind shot from the driving range to just in front of the green after taking an unplayable lie. Down by one shot for the first time all week, Spieth nearly aced the par-3 14th before settling for birdie, converted a 48-foot eagle putt at the par-5 15th to take a two-shot lead, and followed with a successful long birdie putt at the 16th and another birdie at the 17th.

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