SHEBOYGAN, WIS. — The problem with watching Jordan Spieth is that we want him to be too perfect. By now, we all know that he is well-mannered, gracious, smart, clever and talented beyond any reasonable measure. We have been waiting for him, at age 22, to do something or say something that might cause us to say, “Well, he’s only 22. He’ll learn.”
We act as if Spieth has nothing left to learn and it’s no secret that golf is a game that’s borrowed and never owned. There’s always something else to learn.
Like losing, for one. We should all learn how to lose from Spieth.