The last three holes of TPC Sawgrass make the finishing stretch in the Players Championship among the most nerve-racking in golf.
The par-five 16th demands a pinpoint accurate approach. Any slightly pushed ball will find the water. The treachery of the famous island 17th is obvious. And more wet stuff beckons the drive and second shot at the narrow 18th.
Water, water everywhere. Welcome to your redemption or your nightmare, Jordan Spieth.
In the month since his early back-nine collapse on the final round of the Masters — punctuated by two badly struck short irons into Rae's Creek on Augusta's 12th hole — that resulted in a devastating loss, Spieth has hit the...