Jordan Spieth Sets Sights on PGA Championship After Open Setback

Jordan Spieth may not be able to win a calendar grand slam this year but the world Number-two made many doubters believe it is actually possible.
Spieth’s bid for the third leg of an unprecedented calendar slam came up agonisingly short in the Open Championship at St Andrews. He finished just one shot from the play-off that was won by Zach Johnson. But Spieth can still etch his name into the record books next month by winning the PGA Championship. If he can do that, he would become only the third player – after Ben Hogan in 1953 and Tiger Woods in 2000 – to win three majors in a single season. Jack Nicklaus won two majors in a year five times, but never three.
Spieth said on Monday. "that would be the next goal as far as the history goes. Sights set on the PGA Championship.