The fact that Jordan Spieth is the reigning world no.2 and the Masters champion did nothing for him during the 2015 Players Championship. As luck would have it Thursday 7th May 2015 he faced two bogeys on his first two holes. Bettors riding on free bets in favour of Spieth were not amused by his 3-over-par 75 that ensured he was eight shots out of the lead midway in the first round!
As fate would have it, he previously shot 75 in his attendance of the WGC-Cadillac Championship that took place in the prestigious Trump National Doral in Miami. Pressures of being at the Masters Championship are likely what caused the world no.2 to have rather duller swings leading to an uncharacteristic performance.
The 2014/2015 tournament free bet offer and free bet odds don’t seem to be working splendidly for the 21-year-old!. The 2015 Masters Tournament held in Las Vegas saw Jordan Spieth attract the most money. Free bet offers tipped at Spieth winning the Masters in dozens of Las Vegas Sportsbooks.
Spieth’s total bets together with wagered amounts at MGM and Superbook placed him at the 1st position as the most favourite player with odds of 10-1.
Spieth’s Masters Victory
Jordan won his first ever major tournament after delivering a record-tying performance in the 2015 Augusta GA. Masters. His 18-under 270 shot put Jordan Spieth as the first green jacket wire-to-wire winner since 1976.
The odds favoured Jordan, as he held off rivals Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose with a 2-under 70 shot. Sizeable free bets were in support of the 2013 U.S. Open champion (Justin Rose) as he registered a personal best performance pairing him in the final group of the major for the first time.
Jordan Spieth broke a 39-year record set by Raymond Floyd, as he led every Masters Champion round. The record is the 5th in the Masters Tournament history.
With winnings amounting to $1.8 million, Jordan Spieth tied the 72-hole record set in 1997 by Tiger Woods making him the second youngest winner at the Masters, trailing Tiger Woods. Free bets bettors favouring a Jordan Spieth win had a field day!
Spieth was responsible for setting a new Masters Birdie record when he made 28 birdies. His triumph at the Masters inched him in the number two slot of the Official World Golf Ranking.
Jordan Spieth Golfing Career
At the age of 19 years and during his sophomore year in Texas in 2012, Jordan became a professional golfer. The 2013 tournament season saw Jordan start off with a misfire at the Farmers Insurance Open missing the cut by two strokes.
March the same year saw him make three cuts, coming in 2nd at the Puerto Rico Open and coming in 7th during the Tampa Bay Championship. March the same year saw Spieth win a Special Temporary Status, which permitted him to have unlimited sponsor exemptions.
Before his 20th birthday, July 14th, 2013 saw Jordan win the John Deere Classic Tournament. His success came in the form of a three-way sudden death playoff at the 5th playoff hole. His opponents were defending champ Zach Johnson and David Hearn.
Jordan Spieth went down in history as the 4th youngest PGA Tour winner. He broke the 82 year run of the first teenager to win the PGA Tour. The record was set in 1931 by Ralph Guldahl during the Santa Monica Open.
To make the playoff, Spieth effortlessly holed out from a greenside bunker on the 72nd hole. With such a winning trajectory, it’s no wonder that free bets and free bet offers are all inclined the Jordan Spieth way!
This article was written by Tony Samboras who writes for