ALBANY, Bahamas — Jordan Spieth has won five tournaments this year. He’s the reigning PGA Tour player of the year, has a green jacket in his closet for winning the Masters, a huge trophy for winning the U.S. Open. He added two other pieces of hardware on the same day when he won The Tour Championship by Coca-Cola to wrap up the FedExCup title, and counted more than $22 million in earnings factoring in the $10 million FedExCup bonus.
And he’s the No. 1 player in the world.
So how do you top that?
“I’m not sure yet,” Spieth answered this week at the Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club, where 18 of the game’s best are playing in paradise.
“When I’ve done some thinking about it, which is not much as of now, that’s more of what December’s for, to re-evaluate and set new goals. But when I have done some thinking, in my mind I can certainly improve in spots of my game.”
That’s a scary thought for his colleagues. He won the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average (68.94) and was the best putter on…