Spieth commits to Valero Texas Open in AprilFebruary 4, 2019 Golf News
Keep up to date with the three-time major champion's 2019 campaign
Which tournaments will Jordan Spieth play during the 2018-19 PGA Tour season? As soon as any changes are made, you will be able to read about them right here…
Where has Jordan Spieth played so far?
So far in the 2019 season, Spieth has teed it up at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open where he finished T55 before playing in the Mayakoba Golf Classic and Sony Open in Hawaii where he missed the cut at both events.
Following over a month off over Christmas, he returned to action at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines where he finished in a tie for 35th.
Spieth then played at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Genesis Open in successive weeks, finishing outside the top 30 on both occasions.
Where next on the Jordan Spieth 2019 schedule?
Spieth is due to play at the Genesis Open and the WGC-Mexico Championship but has also committed to the Valero Texas Open in April.
3-Time Major Champion Jordan Spieth has committed to the Valero Texas Open! Also committed are 9-time Ryder Cup Member and 2018 Captain Jim Furyk, 2010 U.S. Open Champion Graeme McDowell, and 2012 Ryder Cup Member Jason Dufner!
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— Valero Texas Open (@valerotxopen) 14 February 2019
The American will be looking to avoid a repeat of last year’s misjudgement where he didn’t play enough events on the PGA Tour as he didn’t qualify for the Tour Championship.
He will also be looking to bring the end to his current drought as he hasn’t won a tournament since his sensational win at the 2018 Open Championship.
The move of the 2019 PGA Championship also presents an earlier opportunity for Spieth to try and claim his career grand slam having added The Open to his 2015 Masters and US Open victories.
What are Spieth’s exemptions?
Spieth doesn’t need to worry about exemptions just yet due to the amount of regular tour victories and major wins he has had.
His win at Royal Birkdale means he is able to play in The Open until he is 60 and then his exemption will run out.
Meanwhile, his US Open victory in at Chambers Bay means he is exempt from qualification until 2025 and his victory at Augusta National means he is exempt at The Masters for life.
Jordan Spieth 2019 schedule: Results and entries
November 8-11: Mayokoba Golf Classic (El Camaleon Golf Club) CUT
February 14-17: Genesis Open (Riviera Country Club)
February 21-23: WGC-Mexico Championship (Club de Golf Chapultepec)
March 14-17: The Players Championship (TPC Sawgrass)
April 4-7: Valero Texas Open (TPC San Antonio)
May 16-19: PGA Championship (Bethpage Black)
July 18-21: The Open (Royal Portrush)
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