At Muirfield, Team Titleist caught up with the newest official member of the PGA TOUR, Jordan Spieth, who gained his card after capturing the John Deere Classic in dramatic fashion. Spieth was so confident about his play entering last week that he made sure he and his caddy had their passports ready to board the charter for Muirfield, a perk afforded to the participants of the John Deere Classic who were also playing in the Open Championship.
"I was just feeling really comfortable with my game," said Spieth while visiting the Titleist Support Vehicle on Tuesday. "I played well at Congressional and everything was coming together. I am really looking forward to this week."
Spieth didn't have much time to celebrate, as he had to catch the charter flight to Europe. He rested Monday and was seeing Muirfield for the first time on Tuesday, although its not his first time playing links golf.
Watch what the 19-year old Titleist golf ball loyalist says about his stunning win, his set composition for Muirfield, and how important his confidence in the golf ball will mean given the course and weather conditions this week.