Jordan Spieth plays 7 tournaments in 7 countries

Jordan Spieth is a US professional golfer and ranks number one in the world. He won the 2015 Masters Tournament and $1.8 million in prize money. He is the second youngest golfer to win the Masters. He also won the 2015 U.S. Open, the 2015 Tour Championship, and the 2015 FedEx Cup. This year, 2016, he has set his sights on playing seven different tournaments in seven different countries.

This year, he has already played the Hyundai Tournament of Champions which was from January 7th until January 10th in Kapalua, Maui, HI. He has also played the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship which was held January 21st to the 24th in Abu Dhabi CC. Jordan Speith will also be playing in the Valspar Championship which will be from March 10th to the 13th at the Doral Golf Resort & Spa in Miami, Florida. The next tournament is scheduled for April 7th to the 10th at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA. Then he will play from June 16th to the 19th in the Ticket U.S. Open. After that tournament, he will be playing from August 11th to the 14th in the John Deere Classic. Finally, he will also play in the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola from September 22nd to the 25th.

As you can see, Jordan Speith will have a very busy year and his fans will be following his wins from country to country.

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