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“Jordan Spieth Drops Bombshell: From Liv Golf Joke to Shocking Glamping Transformation”

PGA Tour superstar Jordan Spieth has new transportation. Spieth revealed after his first round at the Sony Open in Hawaii that he has purchased an RV.



The 29-year-old discussed his new “glamping” lifestyle when he was asked about where he would be staying for the Waste Management Phoenix Open next month.



Rory McIlroy will also make his debut at TPC Scottsdale in the “elevated” event.

As for Spieth, he said he didn’t particularly want to purchase an RV as he was unsure about how his one-year-old Sammy would sleep.
But his wife Annie convinced him.
He said:



“Should be a lot of fun. The reason was kind of to have home on the road.
“[I have] got the same mattress I have at home, and we’ll leave a lot of Sammy’s stuff on the bus, therefore won’t to have pack a whole lot and can ride on it a lot in between events given the way the west coast swing — and especially the Florida swing.



“[It] should make traveling and getting settled and packing up quite a bit easier.
“Yeah, look forward to it. I’ve already stayed in it once.”
Jordan Spieth cracks LIV Golf joke as he reveals new glamping lifestyle



That first time he used it was at Congaree Golf Club as he played The CJ Cup.
Spieth – who has given an insight into his past struggles with this brutal line – then joked about the LIV Golf players who have left the PGA Tour.



He said:

“I was by myself there [at Congaree] so I had tons of room and we didn’t load it up yet. We had just got it in. Yeah, it’ll be fun. There’s a number — at one point I think there was a dozen guys, four of them went to LIV and sold theirs because they don’t really have the whole swings. It’s hard to go Saudi to Chicago in a two-week stretch in an RV.



“I think that had a lot to do with it. But I don’t know. I mean, I was next to Jay Day. Obviously Bubba was a guy who had them for a long, time Jason Day got a new one in. Annie is trying to recruit a lot of our friends out here to do it, so we’ll see in the next few years if that works or not.

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