Well it is two Majors down for 2015 and two wins for Jordan Spieth. After landing the Masters earlier in the year, he was handed the US Open title recently with Dustin Johnson have a putting nightmare on the final green.
He surely can’t be dreaming of a Grand Slam season can he? Even though he is rapidly heading there, Spieth would become an all time legend if he pulled that off.
The Open will be up next this season for Spieth’s quest for a famous four, the prestigious event teeing off at St Andrews in mid-July. Bookmaker Skybet have Spieth trading as 6/1 ante post second favourite.
Despite his back to back Major wins this season Spieth still can’t beat Rory McIlroy to the punch at the head of the market, but they sit as the only two in single figures in the outright winner market.
McIlroy of course is the reigning Open champion after winning by two strokes over Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia last season. But it is a case of ‘Rory who?’ at the moment.
Going back to Spieth pulling off a Slam this season, he is a 33/1 quote to land all majors this season, 4/11 to stay stuck on two and 5/2 to finish the season with three.
Spieth is also a 13/8 quote to finish the season as world number one and he is a cheeky 5/4 at Betfair to achieve a career Grand Slam before Mcilroy does.