US golfer Jordan Spieth meets fans on the 3rd tee during a practice round on The Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland, on July 15, 2015, ahead of The 2015 Open Golf Championship which runs July 16-19. US golfer Jordan Spieth arrives at St Andrews with a shot at becoming just the second man - after Ben Hogan in 1953 - to win the first three majors of the year, setting up the mouthwatering prospect of him pulling off the Grand Slam at the PGA Championship next month.
US golfer Jordan Spieth meets fans on the 3rd tee during a practice round on The Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland, on July 15, 2015, ahead of The 2015 Open Golf Championship which runs July 16-19. US golfer Jordan Spieth arrives at St Andrews with a shot at becoming just the second man - after Ben Hogan in 1953 - to win the first three majors of the year, setting up the mouthwatering prospect of him pulling off the Grand Slam at the PGA Championship next month. BEN STANSALL AFP/Getty Images
US golfer Jordan Spieth meets fans on the 3rd tee during a practice round on The Old Course at St Andrews in Scotland, on July 15, 2015, ahead of The 2015 Open Golf Championship which runs July 16-19. US golfer Jordan Spieth arrives at St Andrews with a shot at becoming just the second man - after Ben Hogan in 1953 - to win the first three majors of the year, setting up the mouthwatering prospect of him pulling off the Grand Slam at the PGA Championship next month. BEN STANSALL AFP/Getty Images

UNC football player goes back a long way with golf star Jordan Spieth

July 15, 2015 06:48 PM

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