Pro golfer Jordan Spieth is making his latest tournament appearance in Fort Worth this weekend.
He’s one of the 121 athletes competing in the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club. Behind Augusta National, it’s the longest-serving course on the PGA tour.
Spieth has performed well at Colonial in past years, never shooting worse than 72 in 32 rounds. He was the runner up in 2015 and 2017 and won in 2016.
The first round begins today, with Spieth already teeing off with Daniel Berger and Phil Mickelson, who just won the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island, becoming the oldest person to win a major championship at 50 years old.
Spieth has been a fan of Mickelson since he was a kid. In fact, he has an autographed copy of the Sports Illustrated that shows Mickelson at the 2004 Masters, an issue he won at an auction when he was a young teenager.