Jesuit grad Jordan Spieth is playing at the Charles Schwab Challenge, the first PGA Tour event to be played since March, at Colonial Country Club. In previous years, he won in 2016 and was runner up in 2015 and 2017. Now Spieth is No. 56 in the world rankings. “I looked at (the pandemic as a big-time opportunity for myself and didn’t take it lightly. I was certainly grateful for the time. Certainly it’s not a positive situation in general, but for me personally, I tried to look at how can I make this an advantage to myself.”