Spieth rebounds with solid Round 2 after 'cranky' opening day at TPC Boston
Jordan Spieth felt more like himself Saturday.
The second-ranked golfer in the world shot a 65 in Round 2 of the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston, moving into a tie for 10th.
This after he stumbled to an opening-round 72 while fighting a case of the grumps.
"I just woke up on the wrong side of the bed yesterday. I woke up and got out here, and I was cranky. I don't know. I guess we all just kind of have days like that," Spieth said, according to Rex Hoggard of Golf Channel.
"To be within four shots (of the lead) after yesterday's round is a tremendous accomplishment in its own," he added.
Spieth sits at minus-5 for the tournament, with leader Jon Rahm well within reach.
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