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Jordan Spieth says the PGA Championship title is “the elephant in the room” as he aims to win the “major slams” with his victory this week. Spieth won all major titles except for the PGA Championship.

Jordan Spieth says the PGA Championship title is “the elephant in the room” as he aims to take a Grand Slam with his victory this week. Spieth won all major titles except for the PGA Championship.

Jordan Spieth refuses to indulge in the possibility of creating golf history before his final attempt to complete his career in the Grand Slam of the PGA Championship.

Only Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods have won Grand Slam tournaments in the modern era, though Spieth only needs to win the Wanamaker Cup to join golf’s most prestigious group.

Spieth bounced back from his missed pieces in the Masters to win the RBC Legacy on his next debut, defeating Patrick Cantlay in the playoff despite placing a mediocre 60th in the status stats as the American continued to return to formation ahead of his visit. in Southern Hills with second place at AT&T Byron Nelson last week.

Watch the highlights from the latest round of RBC Heritage at Harbor Town Golf Links, where Jordan Spieth beat Patrick Cantlay in the playoff

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Watch the highlights from the latest round of RBC Heritage at Harbor Town Golf Links, where Jordan Spieth beat Patrick Cantlay in the playoff

Watch the highlights from the latest round of RBC Heritage at Harbor Town Golf Links, where Jordan Spieth beat Patrick Cantlay in the playoff

“I don’t think I’m talking about it [the career Grand Slam] Speth told the media on Wednesday. “But that’s definitely at this point, given that I’ve won the other three, it’s an elephant in the room for me. It’s one of my goals.”

“If you just told me I was going to win a tournament for the rest of my life, I would say I wanted to win that tournament, given the current situation. If you told me that before my career started I was going to win a tournament, I would say The Masters because that was my favorite tournament growing up.

The wait is almost over for this year's second men's tournament, with extensive coverage of the PGA Championship live in May on Sky Sports Golf.

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The wait is almost over for this year’s second men’s tournament, with extensive coverage of the PGA Championship live in May on Sky Sports Golf.

The wait is almost over for this year’s second men’s tournament, with extensive coverage of the PGA Championship live in May on Sky Sports Golf.

But things are changing, and this obviously has an important meaning. In the long run, it would be really cool to say that you’ve captured the four greatest golf tournaments in the world taking place in different parts of the world and with different styles as well. So you feel like an accomplished golfer when you win a career at the Grand Slam, I think.

“I got close a few times. It wasn’t necessarily my most successful major, but I feel great this week. If I can play well in the next couple of days, given the crowd that will be there, I think the weekend might actually look like a break, that’s how I see it” .

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Spieth’s best PGA result came when he finished runner-up to Jason Day in 2015, the year he won his first two major titles, as the former world number one scored one of the top 10 in his next six matches at the event. .

“The only real chance I had was Bethpage [2019, tied-third]’” Speth admitted. “But I remember that Saturday and that Sunday and I don’t remember feeling any different than any other discipline I fought in, they all felt the same after the first.

Ahead of this week's PGA Championship, check out the 10 best shots of all time in the tournament

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Ahead of this week’s PGA Championship, check out the 10 best shots of all time in the tournament

“I think looking at it in the long run, man, if I was healthy, I would go for 20, maybe 1 in 20, and that’s a better chance than I think. I usually have better odds, and I think you just have to look at the long term. How many chances are you going to get and bounces might be on your way in one of these weeks.

“I’m not trying to force it this week, I think that’s the best way to put it. Just try to do what I did, stick to my routine, my game, block out any outside noise and shoot as few points as possible.”

Can Jordan Spieth join the golf greats and complete his Grand Slam career? Watch all week long live on Sky Sports. Live coverage begins Thursday at 1pm on Sky Sports Golf.

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