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Jordan Spieth wants to make U.S. Open a family affair
Jordan Spieth wants to make U.S. Open a family affair

The thing you immediately notice about Jordan Spieth is that you are noticing more than his golf. Of course, he is a ball-striker supreme. You have to be to be ranked No. 10 in the world before you are old enough to legally have a beer in most states. That 21st birthday will come July 27. He slipped onto the scene at the 2012 U.S. Open. Orange County's Beau Hossler, an amateur, was all the rave there, playing great golf at San Francisco's Olympic Club and even leading the tournament for about 15 minutes. But when it was over, the low amateur was Spieth, a University of Texas player, who finished 21st and would turn pro that December. Interestingly, Hossler opted not to turn...

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