Jordan Spieth Heading to Augusta After Hero World Challenge
Jordan Spieth is currently in the Bahamas on business, a place where most visitors go for pleasure. But at the conclusion of the Hero World Challenge Sunday night, Spieth will head for a vacation at the sight of some of his most important "business."
Spieth and his father, Shawn, will make a trip to Augusta National Sunday night with Spieth's manager, Jay Danzi, and the CEO of AT&T, Randall Stephenson, according to Golfweek.com.
"Mostly vacation, with a little bit of work involved," Spieth told Jim McCabe.
The way things are going at the Hero World Challenge, Spieth might be towing another trophy along for the flight. He was tied for the lead in Albany entering the weekend.
We're wondering how many shots Spieth will be dishing out in this foursome. Of all the people Spieth has played golf with, Stephenson, a 12 handicap, is likely one of the few worth more than the reigning Masters and U.S. Open champion. According to Forbes, the AT&T boss earned more than $26 million in 2012.