Jordan Spieth will try to join Ben Hogan as the only modern-era golfers to win the first three legs of golf’s Grand Slam at the British Open, which starts Thursday at St. Andrews in Scotland.
Jordan Spieth will try to join Ben Hogan as the only modern-era golfers to win the first three legs of golf’s Grand Slam at the British Open, which starts Thursday at St. Andrews in Scotland. Jon Super AP
Jordan Spieth will try to join Ben Hogan as the only modern-era golfers to win the first three legs of golf’s Grand Slam at the British Open, which starts Thursday at St. Andrews in Scotland. Jon Super AP

Jordan Spieth ready for next step in pursuit of golf’s Grand Slam

July 15, 2015 05:52 PM

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