Jordan Spieth of the United States glances at the trophy after winning the 115th U.S. Open Championship at Chambers Bay on June 21, 2015 in University Place, Washington. Andrew Redington/Getty Images/AFP
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Spieth's major focus comes up trumpsBlessed with a game fit to match his winning personality, American young gun Jordan Spieth's rise to the upper echelons of the golf world continued with a second successive major victory at the U.S. Open Sunday.Aged just 21, Masters champion Spieth arrived at Chambers Bay at the start of the week with his sights set on a possible calendar grand slam of all four majors and he now leaves the Pacific Northwest halfway toward that unique target.That next major is the July 16-19 British Open at St. Andrews, where Spieth hopes to replicate his recipe for success.We're going to go to St. Andrews looking for the Claret Jug and I believe we'll be able to get it done if we get the right prep there".The other half of the "we" in Team Spieth is caddie Michael Greller, a former school teacher, who used to be a bagman at Chambers Bay and was a calming influence for Spieth on a punishing links-style layout where danger was ever-present.
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