19-year-old Jordan Spieth highlights from T2 at 2013 Puerto Rico Open

19-year-old Jordan Spieth highlights from T2 at 2013 Puerto Rico Open

19-year-old Jordan Spieth highlights from T2 at 2013 Puerto Rico Open

In the 2013 Puerto Rico Open, a then 19-year-old Jordan Speith finished runner-up to Scott Brown by one stroke. Check out his best highlights from the tournament, including an incredible hole-in-one from the third round of competition.


While defending champion Viktor Hovland heads to play the World Golf Championships-Workday Championship at The Concession, the field of the Puerto Rico Open features a solid handful of past PGA TOUR winners, up-and-comers looking for their first TOUR victory, and the top golfers from the 2020 portion of the Korn Ferry Tour season. Ian Poulter is the top-ranked golfer in the field teeing it up in Puerto Rico, with fellow European Ryder Cup team member Thomas Pieters along with 2021 European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington also in the field. Past Puerto Rico Open winners looking to rekindle some magic include Martin Trainer (2019), D.A. Points (2017), Alex Cejka (2015), Scott Brown (2013), and George McNeill (2012). Sponsor Exemptions include college stars Justin Suh and Bryson Nimmer, Korn Ferry Tour winner Ollie Schniederjans, and 18-year-old Asian Tour star Joohyung Kim.

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