Jordan Spieth entered the Valspar Championship with a higher level of motivation than he has ever had before. After the second round of the tournament, Spieth currently sits two strokes back of Adam Schenk, who is in the lead at 7-under par.
In spite of this, Spieth still believes in himself and hopes that he is able to improve his games. At this point in time, his confidence has reached a peak. “I have clarity on how to get there. That’s really what’s important in the game.
I know what I need to do to get to the best, the, to get to my ceiling, the best that I can be,” Spieth said, as quoted by fresnobee.com
Jordan Spieth and his tactics
At times, Spieth was very close to accomplishing a lot, but there was still something missing.
As a matter of fact, he is aware of the fact that he has to improve his game and change some of his plans if he really wants to achieve his objective. “On and around the greens I feel like I’m there. I have a round like today off the tee where I’m there.
But then like the approach game and the wedge game, which has been pretty solid, wasn’t quite there. So it’s like to get it all really consistent I just feel like I’m, at this point, I’m not focusing on one thing it’s like, hey, what’s off, let’s spend a little extra time doing that.
So I think the clarity is what’s important and trying to figure out how to get to where you’re peaking. Then once you’re there it’s about picking a plan that maintains each facet of the game while also saving energy. It’s tricky,” Spieth said.
Spieth will have a chance to show his true colors if he calms down and shows up to his full potential.
Source: Tennis World USA