Jordan Spieth 2016 schedule: When will he play next?
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Jordan Spieth 2016 schedule: When will he play next?

Jordan Spieth has set the first portion of his 2016 schedule, and it kicks off in Hawaii for the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.

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Spieth will be at Kapalua for the resumption of the PGA Tour season at its winners-only event. The 22-year-old won five PGA Tour events during the 2014-15 season, including the Masters and U.S. Open, as well the Valspar Championship, John Deere Classic and Tour Championship.

After that, Spieth will take off three weeks before playing in the European Tour's Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. The next week, he'll play on the Asian Tour in the inaugural Singapore Open, cashing in on a big appearance fee.

Two weeks later, Spieth will be part of a star-studded field in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He will also play in the Northern Trust Open, where he finished T-4 last year.

Spieth has also added the WGC-Dell Match Play, played March 23-27, and the Shell Houston Open the following week, leading into his Masters title defense, which he lost in a playoff last year.

Following the Masters, Spieth will play four weeks in a row, with The Players, AT&T Byron Nelson, Dean & Deluca Invitational at Colonial and the Memorial Tournament.

Of course, Spieth will have the four majors and the World Golf Championships on the schedule.

Spieth has also committed to playing in the Emirates Australian Open in November for the third year in a row.

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