Jordan Spieth couldn’t resist just a little dig on the departed LIV Golf gamers even when simply speaking about his new plan of travelling round PGA Tour occasions in an RV together with his household.
With California and Florida swings and with a brand new child, the Spieth household shall be travelling round to occasions in a giant supersized campervan – which can embrace having the identical kind of mattress at residence and loads of toys for his son Sammy.
Spieth appeared genuinely excited in regards to the prospect of touring round, or ‘glamping’ as he referred to as it at one stage, whereas he additionally mentioned he’d take a flip within the driver’s seat however solely on an open stretch of highway given how massive the automobile shall be to deal with.
The spotlight although was when Spieth was speaking about what number of different PGA Tour stars additionally had RVs, and the way a number of had turn into accessible available on the market after these gamers joined LIV Golf.
“I was by myself there [at the CJ Cup] so I had tons of room, and we didn’t load it up yet,” Spieth mentioned.
“We had just got it in. Yeah, it’ll be fun. There’s a number – at one point, I think there was a dozen guys, four of them went to LIV and sold theirs because they don’t really have the whole swings.
“It’s hard to go Saudi to Chicago in a two-week stretch in an RV. I think that had a lot to do with it. But I don’t know.”
Spieth was trying ahead to testing the brand new ‘rig’ out shortly when again from Hawaii – and it might are available in particularly useful on the Waste Administration Phoenix Open, as that match is being performed the identical week because the Tremendous Bowl so lodge costs have gone by the roof.
“Just glamping, you know,” Spieth mentioned. “Slumming it. Should be a lot of fun. The reason was kind of to have home on the road. Got the same mattress I have at home, and we’ll leave a lot of Sammy’s stuff on the bus, therefore won’t to have pack a whole lot and can ride on it a lot in between events given the way the West Coast swing – and especially the Florida swing.
“Should make traveling and getting settled and packing up quite a bit easier. Yeah, look forward to it. I’ve already stayed in it once.
“I haven’t driven it. I plan on driving it on an open-road stretch at some point when it’s not pulling out of Phoenix and not into LA, but maybe switch and do like an hour just because it would be fun. We have a driver, yeah, a guy who has done it for some other guys.”
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