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Spieth raring to go after missed cut woe

Jordan Spieth is relishing the prospect of locking horns with golf’s young guns once more as he prepares to bounce back from the disappointment of…

Jordan Spieth is relishing the prospect of locking horns with golf’s young guns once more as he prepares to bounce back from the disappointment of consecutive missed cuts at the BMW Championship this week.
The 22-year-old Masters and US Open champion said on Tuesday he is nonplussed by his failure to progress to the third round in his two most recent forays and believes his game is in good order.
“Everything feels normal. Everything is on point. My game is in a solid state right now,” Spieth told reporters.
“It’s in a state where I can certainly shoot into double digits under par, and I believe that.
“It’s just a matter of getting it rolling, get into a groove and starting to see some putts go in and get an under-par round started so that I can settle in a little easier,” Spieth said, denying he had suffered a letdown after his stunning performances in Majors this season.
“You guys asked me the same thing after the Masters: How do you avoid a letdown? You guys asked me the same thing after the US Open: How are you going to avoid a letdown?” he said.
“There wasn’t a letdown this year. I just had two bad weeks. Just leave it at that.”

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