Jordan Spieth entered this year's HP Byron Nelson Championship a little older, a lot richer, but with his baby face still intact.
In 2010, Spieth played the HP Byron Nelson Championship on a sponsor’s exemption as a high school junior and became the sixth-youngest golfer to make a PGA Tour cut. He finished 16th after being in contention in the final round. In 2011, Spieth finished 32nd on his return to the HP Byron Nelson on another sponsor’s exemption.
In 2014, Spieth rolled into the HP Byron Nelson as a full-fledged Tour member with a second-place finish at the 2014 Masters, 15 top-10 finishes and more than $7 million in his bank account.
Even with the close finishes and Sunday heartbreak Spieth has endured since he was last at the Nelson, he looks like he hasn't aged a bit.
After the opening round in Dallas, Spieth was tied for 49th with a first-round 70.
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