Fresh from his win at the U.S. Open, Jordan Spieth is already looking at the future. The now two-time major champion will be entering the upcoming St. Andrews competition with a goal of picking up where he left off at the U.S. Open and that is winning championships.
This will be the second time that Spieth will be participating in the St. Andrew championship that is set to kick off next month. The last time that the U.S. Open champion played at the event was during a visit to Scotland with the U.S. Walker Cup Team. That said, Spieth has stated that he would love to play at the event for the second time. In fact, Spieth loves the venue and he relishes the possibility of him being able to play at the venue for a second time.
“I still remember the days when I used to walk down the club house,” the newly crowned U.S. Open champion said. “It’s actually among my favorite must be places in the world right now.”
The 21-year old Spieth, went on further recall being able to see a plaque that was placed on the clubhouse’s wall. The Plaque stated that Scotland people started to play golf way back in the 1400s and that’s when it hit him, “Scottish people started to play golf even before they were aware of the fact that a country such as America existed.”
That said, Spieth is very hyped and ready to play at St. Andrews and he has promised his fans that they should expect what they saw from at the U.S. Open during the St. Andrew championship.