Jordan Spieth shot 2-under 70 Friday to lose his co-lead on the AT&T Byron Nelson after a way-too-early begin to his morning.
“When I wake up at 4:30 (a.m.) I’m in a bad mood just as most people probably are and I needed to kick that today,” Spieth stated. “By I think yesterday even when I wasn’t playing a good hole I was kind of laughing at the miss or chunked it and laughed. Today I had a shorter fuse.”
After contracting COVID-19 and not enjoying the previous 4 weeks because the Masters, Spieth got here out firing at TPC Craig Ranch on Thursday, taking pictures 63 at his hometown event and ending the day with a 55-foot putt for eagle.
But after not working towards for 3 weeks, Spieth stated it caught as much as him Friday. He’s 11 underneath, six photographs off the lead set by Sam Burns but additionally good for T-6.
“I was a little tight starting out today for sure,” Spieth stated. “It transferred into my swing. I mean I’m young enough, there shouldn’t be any excuses. I’ll be fine. Just get some treatment and some compression pants and be ready to go tomorrow.”
Looking ahead to this weekend, Spieth stated he’ll throw out in the present day’s efficiency and strive to return to Thursday’s feels by getting extra compact together with his swing. “Then I really got to get dialed in with a putting feel, Spieth addedd. “I’ve missed six or seven putts inside of 10 toes the final two days.”
Before Spieth’s hiatus, he had seven top-15 finishes this year, including his first Tour win since 2017 at the Valero Texas Open. He also tied for third at the Masters.
“I’ll simply get some higher relaxation tonight and then like I stated tomorrow might be form of a enjoyable take a look at,” he said. There is no reason for me not to trust everything I’m doing. At this point, I’ve got an opportunity to contend here, and if I can get myself a chance on Sunday, that is the best prep for this tournament and also next week.”