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Jordan Spieth: 'It is a season to remember'

By PGA Tour News on Fri, Oct 2 2015 6:08 PM

Jordan Spieth’s goals at the start of the year were to win once or twice, contend in two majors and make the cut in all four. He far exceeded that, winning five times, including two majors, and captured the FedExCup. Friday, he was named PGA TOUR Player of the Year in a vote by his peers, beating out Jason Day, Rory McIlroy and Rickie Fowler. At 22 years old, Spieth is the youngest player to win the award since Tiger Woods at the age of 21 in 1997. Daniel Berger, meanwhile, was named Rookie of the Year. He beat out Justin Thomas, Nick Taylor and Tony Finau. JORDAN SPIETH: Record year | Wins FedExCup | Wins the Masters | Wins U.S. Open | Profile “It is a season to remember,” Spieth said in a conference call. “It’s an honor to win the Player of the Year award because it’s our MVP, our most valuable player award. And to be recognized by your peers is truly special.” So was his season. Spieth won the Masters and U.S. Open, then in his chase to become the first player to complete the...

Typhoon cuts Asia-Pacific Amateur short, Jin declared champion

By Golf Week on Sun, Oct 4 2015 3:31 AM

A typhoon cut the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship to 54 holes, and China's Cheng Jin was declared champion and earned a Masters invite from The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club in Hong Kong.

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