Most major champions scale back their schedules pretty quickly after the biggest victory of their lives. Not Jordan Spieth. The 21-year-old said Wednesday at the RBC Heritage that he will continue to play a loaded schedule throughout the summer.
Spieth outlined a schedule that has him playing 14 times in an 18-week stretch, dating back to the Florida Swing, with Spieth playing five events in six weeks, including this week at Harbour Town. Spieth will then play the following schedule:
- WGC-Cadillac Match Play
- The Players Championship
- Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial
- AT&T Byron Nelson Championship
- U.S. Open
Spieth will skip the Wells Fargo Championship and the Memorial in favor of playing his home-state events at Colonial and the Nelson, which is not only his hometown event, but also associated with one of his sponsors, AT&T.