Another Title Looms For Spieth

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Jordan Spieth has become part of the golfing elite. Image courtesy of:

Jordan Spieth has his sights set on his first title in 2015 in Florida this weekend, but Aussie Adam Scott has something else in mind.

Spieth burst onto the scene in 2014, winning the Australian Open and the Hero World Challenge, as well as finishing in the Top 5 on six occasions. While he may have started 2015 a little slower than last year, he still managed to finish seventh at Pebble Beach and fourth at the Northern Trust Open. He did, however, put in an ordinary performance at last weekend's Cadillac Championship. There's many positives for the American though; at the tender age of 21, he's one of the youngest players on tour and certainly has a promising career ahead of him.

His main threat in Florida is former World No.1 Adam Scott. The Aussie proved he's still one of the best golfers in the world last weekend, finishing fourth at the Cadillac Championship and claiming his fourth consecutive Top 5 finish . Alongside Scott is a host of golf’s elite, including US Open Champion Jim Furyk , Players Champion Matt Kuchar and World No.3 Henrik Stenson . Stenson is another player that will give Spieth a run for his money, having finished in the Top 5 in six out of his last eight tournaments.

Spieth may be young, but he's playing as though he has been in the game for over a decade. His victory at the Australian Open last year propelled him into elite status, and TattsBet customers believe the youngster will finish with the Round One Low Score .


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