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Brandon Wu 64-67_131

Joohyung Kim 67-64_131

Ryan Moore 65-66_131

Russell Henley 67-65_132

John Huh 61-71_132

Sungjae Im 63-69_132

Brian Stuard 65-68_133

Anirban Lahiri 66-67_133

Davis Riley 67-66_133

Andrew Putnam 70-64_134

Satoshi Kodaira 68-66_134

Blake McShea 69-65_134

Brett Drewitt 67-67_134

Martin Trainer 67-67_134

Alex Smalley 65-70_135

Matthew NeSmith 66-69_135

Max McGreevy 68-67_135

Zach Johnson 67-68_135

Tyrrell Hatton 68-67_135

Richy Werenski 70-65_135

Chesson Hadley 69-66_135

Cameron Percy 65-70_135

Aaron Wise 65-70_135

Ben Kohles 65-70_135

Peter Malnati 64-72_136

Christiaan Bezuidenhout 66-70_136

Taylor Moore 69-67_136

Kevin Tway 67-69_136

Lucas Glover 70-66_136

Billy Horschel 67-69_136

Kramer Hickok 66-70_136

Scott Brown 70-66_136

Charley Hoffman 68-68_136

Brian Harman 67-69_136

Keith Mitchell 68-68_136


T. Poston 66-70_136

Martin Laird 69-67_136

Henrik Norlander 69-67_136

David Lipsky 68-69_137

Lee Hodges 66-71_137

Joel Dahmen 69-68_137

Si Woo Kim 69-68_137

Rafa Cabrera Bello 65-72_137

Yannik Paul 71-66_137

Will Zalatoris 71-66_137

Kiradech Aphibarnrat 72-65_137

Sam Ryder 67-70_137

Harry Higgs 68-69_137

Vaughn Taylor 69-69_138

Taylor Pendrith 71-67_138

Nick Taylor 67-71_138

K.H. Lee 67-71_138

Robert Streb 69-69_138

Stewart Cink 68-70_138

C.T. Pan 68-70_138

Adam Scott 68-70_138

James Hahn 70-68_138

Scott Stallings 67-71_138

Ben Griffin 69-69_138

Michael Gligic 65-73_138

Justin Lower 72-66_138

Luke Donald 70-68_138

Jared Wolfe 68-70_138

Adam Svensson 70-69_139

Hayden Buckley 72-67_139

Russell Knox 70-69_139

Kelly Kraft 66-73_139

Corey Conners 70-69_139

Shane Lowry 71-68_139

Chris Stroud 69-70_139

Aaron Rai 70-69_139

Jason Dufner 66-73_139

Jonathan Byrd 70-69_139

David Skinns 70-69_139

Callum Tarren 70-69_139

Joseph Bramlett 70-69_139

Doc Redman 68-71_139

Stephan Jaeger 69-70_139

Brendon Todd 68-71_139

Justin Rose 73-66_139

Chez Reavie 68-71_139

Scott Piercy 69-70_139

Mark Hubbard 70-69_139

Rory Sabbatini 68-71_139

Patrick Rodgers 69-70_139

Harold Varner III 70-70_140

Sebastián Muñoz 67-73_140

Rickie Fowler 71-69_140

Matt Wallace 71-69_140

Kevin Chappell 70-70_140

Kevin Streelman 72-68_140

David Lingmerth 69-71_140

Ryan Brehm 66-74_140

Michael Thompson 71-69_140

Tyler Duncan 70-70_140

Patton Kizzire 71-69_140

Jim Herman 70-71_141

William McGirt 70-71_141

Greyson Sigg 73-68_141

Curtis Thompson 75-66_141

Seth Reeves 75-66_141

Tommy Gainey 73-68_141

Doug Ghim 69-72_141

Hank Lebioda 69-72_141

Chad Ramey 70-71_141

Sung Kang 69-72_141

Ben Martin 71-70_141

Brice Garnett 67-74_141

Dawie van der Walt 70-71_141

Ricky Barnes 74-68_142

Austin Cook 69-73_142

J.J. Spaun 71-71_142

Bill Haas 68-74_142

Nick Hardy 70-72_142

Vince Whaley 67-75_142

Camilo Villegas 71-71_142

Adam Schenk 69-73_142

Andrew Landry 74-68_142

Cameron Champ 71-71_142

Roger Sloan 70-72_142

Matthias Schwab 74-68_142

Denny McCarthy 72-71_143

Cole Hammer 70-73_143

Aaron Baddeley 71-72_143

Harris English 69-74_143

Andrew Novak 70-73_143

Chase Seiffert 70-74_144

Garrick Higgo 73-71_144

Davis Love III 70-74_144

Danny Willett 75-70_145

Scott Gutschewski 76-69_145

Nick Watney 74-71_145

Mackenzie Hughes 67-78_145

Tommy Gibson 72-73_145

Mickey DeMorat 72-74_146

Jonas Blixt 75-71_146

Jim Knous 73-74_147

Bo Van Pelt 75-73_148

Rick Lamb 78-70_148

Grayson Murray 73-76_149

Robert Garrigus 72-77_149

Wesley Bryan 74-75_149

Dylan Wu 74-77_151

Sepp Straka 78-75_153

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Bo Hoag

Chris Gotterup

Austin Smotherman

Joshua Creel

Trent Phillips

Paul Barjon



Brandon Wu    -9    18

Joohyung Kim    -9    18

Ryan Moore    -9    18

Russell Henley    -8    18

John Huh    -8    18

Sungjae Im    -8    18

Brian Stuard    -7    18

Anirban Lahiri    -7    18

Davis Riley    -7    18

Andrew Putnam    -6    18

Satoshi Kodaira    -6    18

Blake McShea    -6    18

Brett Drewitt    -6    18

Martin Trainer    -6    18

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Take a tour inside Jordan Spieth’s stunning $7.1m home including basketball court, infinity pool & golf simulator

FOR Jordan Spieth, there really is no place like home.

The Texas native, 29, is a devoted family man and spends his time recharging from the course at a stunning $7.1million Dallas mansion.

11The stunning property was sold to Spieth by fellow golfer Hunter MahanCredit: BUSINESS INSIDER 11There are numerous areas around the property to kick back and relaxCredit: Platinum Series 11Spieth can enjoy a real man cave experience in the lavish spaceCredit: Platinum Series 11In the grounds there's a stunning infinity pool and fire pit areaCredit: BUSINESS INSIDER

Spieth turned pro in 2012 but garnered worldwide attention three years later, winning The Masters and US Open to become the most celebrated young US golfer since Tiger Woods.

And those big-money victories allowed the Texan - then in his early 20s - to splash out on a forever home in the city where he grew up.

The house has an excellent golfing pedigree, having been the former castle of PGA Tour veteran Hunter Mahan and his wife Kandi.


Mahan revealed to Dallas News: [The house] has like a bachelor pad feel to it, even though didn't design it that way.

"It's gated, it's got great people there. It's secluded.

"I know Jordan doesn't like to live a secluded life, but he needs to. I know he's having a great time with it."

Spieth lives in the picturesque mansion with his high school sweetheart wife Annie and their young son Sammy.

He has now racked up three Major victories - aiming for No4 at this year's Masters - is estimated to be worth a staggering $110m.

You can see where the money has gone in Spieth's stunning digs, which he has nicknamed the 'Iceberg House'.

There's plenty of space outside the property, with a luxurious infinity pool situated in the gardens for those hot Dallas days.

And Spieth has exclusive access to nearby private-jet ports, with the golfer regularly clocking up the air miles to tournaments all over the world.

But it's inside where the magic really happens, with the mansion boasting over 10,000sq-feet worth of comfort.


High ceilings give the illusion of open plan living, with the property featuring five huge bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

There's also a massive golfing simulator set up for Spieth to practice his swing without even having to step out the front door.

Spieth is a practicing Catholic and has long talked about the importance of family.

And the presence of a basketball court in the basement will be a huge plus for younger brother Steven, who played hoops in college for Brown Bears.

There are several seating areas complete with entertainment units and wall-mounted TVs, while the spacious kitchen has room for a private chef to rustle up anything the golf star desires.

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No mansion would be complete without a man cave and Spieth's pad certainly doesn't disappoint.

Alongside the golfing simulator, there is also a table tennis table and a state-of-the-art gym.

Away from the greens, Spieth is something of a petrolhead and has a vast fleet of luxury vehicles.

His collection includes a Mercedes-Benz CLS, Cadillac Escalade, BMW i3 Jeep Grand Cherokee and a Ford F150.

And therefore it's a good job the house comes complete with a huge 12-car garage for keeping his precious rides safe.


Golf is never far away from Spieth's mind and the garage also features a huge wall mural to Augusta National, home of The Masters tournament he won in 2015.

Incredibly, this is not the first mansion Spieth has purchased in the Preston Hollow area of Dallas.

Prior to his Major success in 2015, he'd also snapped up a $2.3m home in the same district.

That featured a 288-bottle wine closet, outside putting green and swimming pool complete with a 'tanning ledge'.

Spieth recently went for glory in the PGA Championship and if successful next year in the tournament, will become just the sixth golfer in history to win a Career Grand Slam.

11The golfing star and his family can relax in the stunning poolCredit: BUSINESS INSIDER 11Spieth can practice his skills on a half basketball court in the basementCredit: BUSINESS INSIDER 11The property also includes a state-of-the-art golf simulatorCredit: Platinum Series 11Former resident Hunter Mahan described the 'bachelor pad' feelCredit: Platinum Series 11Spieth doesn't even have to leave the house for a workout with his gymCredit: Platinum Series 11Spieth has won three Major titles since going pro in 2012Credit: Reuters 11He married his childhood sweetheart Annie in Dallas in 2018Credit: Reuters

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