Spieth needs some ‘crazy stuff’ to rekindle slam hopes
days,” he said. “I’m sure going to give it a try.”
He was frustrated with himself for playing away from danger over the final stretch of holes where water comes into play.
“I’m a little upset at the bailing out I did on a couple of shots. Just no reason to bail out on those at this point in the position I was in.”
Asked if he had a score in mind over the weekend, he said “54 would be nice” before adding more seriously that he would just go as low as he could.
Rory McIlroy is also all but out of contention, 10 strokes behind after being on the harder side of the draw, late on Thursday and early Friday, before the rain.
“I feel like I’m still right there in the tournament,” he said, speaking before Hideki Matsuyama had carded 64 to join Kevin Kisner in the lead at eight-under.
McIlroy is a two-time winner at Quail Hollow. Reuters