Jordan Spieth sets a game for the ages (Latest Golf News)

Jordan Spieth sets a game for the ages

The American golfer and a nation favorite Jordan Spieth has been in sparkling form off late, and his brilliant bunker shot to seal his 10th PGA title has made pundits draw comparison to Golf legend Tiger Woods.

Jordan Spieth pulled off a scintillating performance when he holed out from the trap. The shot helped him to win the play-off at Traveler Championship. Reminiscing his first professional win by holing out from a bunker that resulted in a glorious 2003 campaign. He had gone off the boil lately, but 2017 seems to be his year now.

 

Tiger Woods will have to pull off a miracle says Jack Nicklaus

Nicklaus has stated that Woods will face a daunting task ahead of himself while returning to professional golf. Nicklaus said that it is his life problems that have plagued his career rather than his on-field performances.

Woods has been involved in few scandals, and has also been booked by the traffic guards due to bad conducts and drunken driving cases. Nicklaus has suggested that Woods would need to set aside his personal issues before considering a comeback. However, he also stated that Woods has a lot to offer for the youth and he is still considered to be the greatest golfers of all time.

 

The Golf Club 2, a game for every golf enthusiast

HB Studious made a commendable effort after launching their first golf sport as an independent entity leaving the shadows of EA Sports. The initiative drew applauds, but the game was inaccessible to many due to its incomprehensible learning curve. However, they are ready to remove all the glitches and the latest Golf Club 2 will surely woo in games.

Skill levels haven’t dropped but gamers will have access to additional tools to assist throughout the initial stages. Launched with the full career mode, and the remarkable upgrade one might say it will be a decent $40 investment.

 

Women getting a stranglehold on PGA venues

What transpired at Sahalee has opened the gates of many high-end golfing venues to the women. Hazeltine will host the 2019 women’s PGA edition, and this has been seen as a move to bolster the women golfing that was always being subjected to subjugation.

Inkster, a seven time major championship winner has said that better courses bring in recognition and the design, outfield, and overall impact of the game has heightened since the initiative had taken place. Stacy Lewis popped up with a question that concerns the US Open not being played at Pebble Beach. Considered as a haven by pundits, women have seldom managed to set their foot on this astonishing surface in major championships. However, it is clear that the sky is about to clear.