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Jordan Spieth Gears Up for 2016 Season In Home Swing Simulator

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Jordan Spieth is not taking much of an off-season.

The world's No. 1 ranked player was forced to stay inside and practice during the holidays with thunderstorms and lightning all across the Dallas area. But when you made more than $22 million in 2015, you can afford a swing simulator in your house. Spieth posted an Instagram video with slo-mo footage of a 3-iron swing captioned with "Indoor practice at the house.. 3 iron working on getting things consistent for week one in Maui."

The rest of the PGA Tour can't like seeing this. The 22-year-old could easily be laying around eating pecan pie all day, but instead he's banging 3-irons over and over at his house on a Full Swing simulator. After an historic season, Spieth is prepping for another run at history in 2016. We can't wait.

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Indoor practice at the house.. 3 iron working on getting things consistent for week one in Maui

A video posted by Jordan Spieth (@jordanspieth) on Dec 27, 2015 at 5:47pm PST

 

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