CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Jordan Spieth already has shown a remarkable sense of the moment. He earned his PGA Tour card by holing a bunker shot on the 18th hole and winning a playoff. In the final round before the Presidents Cup selections, he shot 62 while playing with Phil Mickelson, who told US captain Fred Couples, “Dude, you’ve got to pick this guy.” And right when it looked as though Spieth might throw away another major, he nearly made an ace and followed that with an eagle on his way to winning the British Open. That was his third major, and it brought Spieth, newly 24, to the grandest moment of all. No one has ever won the career Grand Slam at a younger age. No one has ever completed it at the PGA Championship. Spieth has never appeared more relaxed. “There will be pressure,” he said. “This is a major championship. This is one of the four pivotal weeks of the year that we focus on. So there will certainly be pressure. I’m simply stating there won’t be added expectations or pressure. It’s not a burning desire to have to be the youngest to do something, and that would… Read full this story
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