In approximately two years Jordan Spieth has gone from a World Ranking of 803 to the 4th ranked player in golf.

He is undoubtably the Hottest Player on the Planet right now. He disintegrated the field in The Australian Open and the Chevron World Challenge at the end of 2014.



In recent weeks has won the Valspar Championship, finished runner-up at The Valero Texas Open and now takes a one stroke lead into tomorrows final round of The Shell Houston Open. A terrific lead up for a confident assault on Augusta National at The Masters, where last year he finished runner-up to Bubba Watson in his maiden appearance in the event as a professional.


Read more: The Hottest Player Right Now

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It wasn’t that long ago that we were all thinking  it wouldn’t be a matter of WILL Tiger Woods break Jack Nicklaus’ record Major Championship haul of titles but WHEN would he do so.

Now 6 years removed from his last Major victory at the 2008 US Open and with a 2014 campaign behind him of missed cuts- zero wins- injury troubles and a break up from his coach Sean Foley what can we look forward to in the upcoming years?

How can Woods reverse the trend and give himself the opportunity to again look at Jack’s records with a gleam in the eye and a grin on his chin rather than an inconsolate look of fear of the unknown.

The obvious question beckons….What should he do from here?


Read more: Tiger Woods- Where Do We Go From Here?