Jordan Spieth, who completed tied for twenty ninth and 5-over par on the PGA Championship at Oak Hill, hopes to play once more this week after battling a left wrist harm.
The PGA Tour returns to Spieth’s house state of Texas, with Colonial Nation Membership internet hosting the Charles Schwab Problem in Fort Value.
The event begins Thursday.
Spieth has performed effectively at Colonial all through his profession, recording eight high 10s since he first performed within the event in 2013. He even gained the 2016 version, then named the Dean & Deluca Invitational.
He’ll check his left wrist throughout Wednesday’s pro-am, per Golf Harm Report on Twitter.
Consequently, Spieth is “questionable” for this week’s Charles Schwab Problem.
Whereas at Oak Hill, Spieth struggled on the difficult main championship venue. He didn’t play significantly effectively, barely making the reduce on the quantity late Friday afternoon.
The following morning, Spieth hilariously hit a porta-potty to start his third spherical, which served as a metaphor for the way his sport—and maybe his wrist—fared in Western New York.
Following his third spherical, wherein he fought by way of the rain and wind to shoot a 1-over par 71, Spieth revealed to CBS Sports activities’ Amanda Renner that he nearly withdrew due to his harm:
Enjoying within the moist and breezy climate softens the golf course and makes the tough even thicker.
He may have simply aggravated his wrist when trying a shot from the tough on Saturday. That thick grass may have carried out some extreme injury.
Fortunately for him, he didn’t. As a substitute, Spieth determined to hold on.
He hopes the wrist will cooperate effectively sufficient throughout Wednesday’s pro-am so he can tee it up at Colonial this week.