Seven tournaments into the year, Jordan Spieth has two top 10s, two missed cuts and no serious chances at winning.
He also sees no reason to panic just yet.
Certainly not this week.
His stretch run to the Masters begins Wednesday with the Dell Technologies Match Play, and while Spieth has made it out of group play just once in three years of this format, it's the first time all year he won't have a scorecard in his hand.
It's about winning matches, not posting scores. That might be just what he needs.
"This match play could free me up a bit to play more aggressive and putt more aggressively, and it could be a trigger for a successful rest of the...