In the second round of the 2023 Valspar Championship, Jordan Spieth shot a 1-under 70 to sit two shots off the lead.
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This week Sam Burns will look to become the first player since Steve Stricker in 2011 to win the same event three times in a row as the TOUR finishes the “Florida Swing” at the Valspar Championship. At last year’s event, Burns overcame a three-shot deficit in the final round, defeating Davis Riley in a two-hole playoff to defend his title at Innisbrook Resort (Copperhead Course). This year, Burns will once again have to overcome 15-time PGA TOUR winner Justin Thomas, who finished T2 last year, just one shot out of the playoff. Reigning U.S. Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick finished an impressive T5 last year and will be looking for his first non-major win on the PGA TOUR, with his other professional wins coming on the DP World Tour and Asian Tour. Three-time major winner and 2015 Valspar champion Jordan Spieth will be teeing it up again this week after a lucky ricochet at The PLAYERS saw him make an unlikely eagle to make the cut and finish inside the top 20. After tasting victory on TOUR for the first time in over four years at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February, Justin Rose will be looking to continue his good form after finishing T6 at TPC Sawgrass last week.
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37 thoughts on “Jordan Spieth sits two off lead | Round 2 | Valspar | 2023”
Good for you
@William Walsh thx
First wnkr yes you are 👏
Love Jordan’s new swing, keeping his left arm connected to his body in the takeaway!
Yep, I heard him say he is trying to ensure his trail arm is collapsing in the downswing, which is how he used to swing when he was on a tear in 2015-17
@Michael B EXATELY Mike !
this is much better swing, confident
Not gonna win calling it.
Just your mouth let your cash talk!
@David Givins I told you so dance waiting
win by 4
Guy washed up 5 yers ago. Just an average tour player.
lol nice bait
Wow I can quickly pick the couch experts with no experience at playing high level golf.
@Susan Joyce yeah not you though Susan. You are a couch coneseur of high level golf. It’s those people who disagree with your opinion that we need to watch out for.
How conceited. You have zero idea of who I am or what I know about golf but you think it’s ok to judge me. I didn’t judge you – I only asked what your is your handicap? Talk about a couch expert. Your still divert around the answer
@Susan Joyce my handicap is that I’m intolerant of know-it all’s.
Great kid hopefully experiencing a resurgence in his game.
Hopefully he stays there or else most eyes will be on the LIV tourney
Lol no one’s watching Bush league LIV bro
His short game is filthy good
That 3rd shot on 18 was DISGUSTING
His swing looks awful! What’s happened to Jordan? Looks nothing like the young star that won all those majors. Why so outside-in? Looks like a hack.
@Benjamin Hurt And yet he with Rory are getting outdrove by Tiger on one leg with Plantar In his foot. Says alot.
@ゆみす魔王 thanks bro
@Susan Joyce I love how your response has absolutely nothing to do with what he said..think logically next time
I agree his switch looks worse than before but I wouldn’t say he looks like a hack lol
@DTB You sound like you’re new here that response is typical of these people. How dare the fans call out swing changes and the like despite that the fans can notice how better someone plays under a certain swing behavior so therefore we must call into question the fan’s PGA abilities because what could he know that JT doesn’t?
Why is it always stated as “class” when Jordan hits a good shot?
Nothing to do with Jordan, it’s a British thing. “Class” is just their way of saying very nice, skillful, etc.
@Gary CO Except for an American said it and it is always American commentators that say it.
Wow!!! Well done Jordan!!
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