Jordan Spieth reflects on his Masters collapse: 'My dog didn't die, I'm doing OK'
Jordan Spieth hasn't stepped between the ropes to play golf competitively since April 10th, the day he suffered one of the most brutal collapses in major championship history at Augusta National and handed the green jacket to Danny Willett with one disastrous hole. Since then, Spieth's gone on vacation in the Bahamas with Rickie Fowler and assured countless concerned fans that he's "doing OK."
Spieth isn't in the field this week for the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow, meaning he'll finally return to golf next week for The Players at TPC Sawgrass. At an event to benefit St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital Tuesday, Spieth opened up about how he's dealing with his Masters disappointment.
Via ASAP Sports:
Spieth said he will play his first round at Oakmont - the site of the 2016 U.S. Open - on Wednesday.