This is one of those weeks where Jordan Spieth felt confident enough to make a guarantee.
He wasn't talking golf. He was talking hotels.
"When they ask what day I'm checking out I can say, 'I'm checking out on Sunday.' It's nice," Spieth said.
He was joking. Maybe.
Spieth missed the cut in the opening two FedEx Cup playoff events, the first time in his career he has gone home early in back-to-back events. He managed to go back to No. 1 in the world for one week before returning the ranking to Rory McIlroy during an off week. The slow start in the PGA Tour postseason did cost him No. 1 in the FedEx Cup, though he still has a clear shot at the $10...