Jordan Spieth has settled most of his accounts with the god of golf for four years. Here, he recovered his figure and began to descend into hell. The winner of the Masters this weekend is the 2015 winner that deserves close attention this weekend.
On Friday, the winner of the three major championships signed a 68 (-4) card with five birdies. Although he felt he had a good kick-off, his only mistake was on the 12th hole. It was precisely that he dropped the position of the second green jacket in the final round of 2016.
Spieth therefore recorded an error at par 3 on the 12th hole. Once his ball recovered from the cup, he threw it into Rae’s Creek. The divine sacrifice offered to the anger made him angry for four years.
With his outstanding performance this winter and his recent victory in Texas, this is his first victory since 2017, and the Americans firmly believe that he can win on Sunday.
“I am in a good position. I am very happy to be two shots ahead, especially shortly after I win. The ideal situation is when I avoid thinking too much and rest.”
Spieth added: “I am also confident about this.” This will become increasingly difficult. I accept this challenge. If I can control my ball well, it will be an advantage. Tomorrow may be a very unstable day on the leaderboard, especially when the wind speed exceeds 30 km/h. “
To be precise, the course maintenance team sprayed the surface on Friday morning to make life easier for golfers. Spieth also joked that he saw a few grasses that had to grow overnight on Lawn Nine.
The average score fell to 72.25 on Friday. In the first round, it was 74.52. The gentle breeze changed the rules of the game and made golfers more precise.
However, 18-hole point guard Justin Rose was not in the office the day before. Since his four thieves were on the way, he held a small meeting with his conscience on the eighth hill.
“My finger is close to the panic button. I made a self-transformation to convince myself that I was still leading the game. It made me change my mind.”
The 40-year-old Briton finally hit par (72). With rookies Will Zaratilis and Brian Harman, his lead is negligible.
In the lucrative return of the draw, we must pay tribute to the best score of the Austrian Bernd Wiesberger and the American Tony Finau of 66 (-6) on their best day. They occupy the sixth level, accompanied by Justin Thomas.