PGA Championship: Jordan Spit Says Grand Slam Career is an “Elephant in the Room” | Golf News – NewsRaiser

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Jordan Spits says the PGA title is “elephant in the room” because his goal is to win the Grand Slam this week. Spitz has won all the major titles except the PGA Championship.

Jordan Spits says the PGA title is “elephant in the room” because his goal is to win the Grand Slam this week. Spitz has won all the major titles except the PGA Championship.

Jordan Spit refuses to infiltrate the possibility of making golf history before his last attempt to finish his career in the Grand Slam at the PGA Championship.

Only Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nlay and Tiger Woods have won careers in modern-day Grand Slam tournaments, although Spit only has to win the Wanamaker Trophy to join the top golf group.

Spits recovered from a failure at the Masters and defeated RBC Heritage in his next start, beating Patrick Kantley in the playoffs, despite a modest 60th place in performance statistics, with the American continuing to return to form before his visit. Southern Hills with second place AT&T Byron Nelson last week.

Watch highlights from the final stage of RBC Heritage's Harbor Town Golf Links, where Jordan Speat won Patrick Cantley in the playoffs.

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Watch highlights from the final stage of RBC Heritage’s Harbor Town Golf Links, where Jordan Speat won Patrick Cantley in the playoffs.

Watch highlights from the final stage of RBC Heritage’s Harbor Town Golf Links, where Jordan Speat won Patrick Cantley in the playoffs.

“I do not think so [the career Grand Slam] a lot with other people, ”Spits told the media on Wednesday. “But it’s definitely at this point, given that I’ve won the other three, for me it’s an elephant in the room. That’s one of my goals.

“If you just told me I would win a tournament for the rest of my life, I would say I want to win that tournament, given the current situation. If you told me I would ever win a tournament before I started my career, I would say The Masters because it was my favorite tournament growing up.

The second men's major game is almost over with an extensive live broadcast of the PGA Championship in May at Sky Sports Golf.

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The second men’s major game is almost over with an extensive live broadcast of the PGA Championship in May at Sky Sports Golf.

The second men’s major game is almost over with an extensive live broadcast of the PGA Championship in May at Sky Sports Golf.

“But things are changing and it obviously matters. In the long run, it would be great to say that you have captured four of the world’s greatest golf tournaments in different parts of the world and in different styles. So I think you have a great time winning a Grand Slam. golfer.

“I’ve come closer several times. It hasn’t always been my most successful specialty, but I’m feeling great going this week. If I can play well for the next two days, given the audience that will be there, and I think the weekend it might actually seem like a short break, so I see it this way.

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Despite achieving the best result in the PGA Championship, he finished second to Jason Daisy in 2015, when he won his first two major titles, and the former was ranked first in the top six in the next six games in a world event. .

“It simply came to our notice then [2019, tied-third]”Admitted Spits. “But I remember it on Saturday and Sunday, and I don’t remember it being any different than any other big game I’ve fought in, they all feel almost the same after the first one.

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“I think that in the long run, a person, if I were healthy, I would get 20 chances and maybe 1 in 20. It’s a bigger chance than I think. I usually have a better chance. I think you just have to look at how many chances you will have in the long run, and maybe the rebounds in one of these weeks will reach what you want.

“I’m not trying to force it this week, I think that’s the best way to say it. Just try to do what I did, stick to your routine, your game, block out any outside noise and shoot as low a score as possible.

Can Jordan Spit join golfers and finish his career in Grand Slam? Watch live all week on Sky Sports. The live broadcast will start on Thursday at 13:00 on Sky Sports Golf.

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