Spieth back in the top 10 after Heritage victory
Former world No.1 climbs to No.10 in the world rankings after dropping as low as 92nd
Jordan Spieth hadn’t won since Easter Sunday of 2021. His first career missed cut at the Masters raised reasonable questions about whether the three-time Major winner was headed for another slump.
But Spieth bounced back from his Masters let-down and won on Easter for the second straight year, this time taking the title at the RBC Heritage, which boosted him 10 spots in the Official World Golf Ranking on Monday from No.20 to No.10.
It’s his first appearance in the top 10 since the end of the 2017-18 PGA Tour season. He started that season ranked second in the world and wound up 10th...