Jordan Spieth is enjoying his final weeks as a free man by living alone for the first time in more than six years.
Speaking at a fundraiser for the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Dallas on Monday, Spieth answered a few questions about his upcoming wedding to longtime girlfriend Annie Verret. While the three-time major champion said that his fiancée has taken care of much of the wedding day planning, he had a few things on his plate to take care of as well.
Top of the list? Plan a bachelor party, which he enjoyed earlier this summer in Dallas, plan the honeymoon, which he has, but declined to elaborate on, and finally, evict his roommates from the soon-t0-be married couples’ home.
“They are all out of the house,” Spieth said, according to Golf.com. “I’m finally living alone for the first time in six years, at least for another couple of weeks.”
Spieth had been living with former University of Texas teammates Kramer Hickok and Alex Moon. Hickock is a rookie on the PGA Tour this year while Moon is playing on mini-tours.
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“Enjoy it while you can,” former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo quipped. Romo was Spieth’s co-host at the charity day.
After the Monday event, Spieth jetted to Mexico where he will play in his final PGA Tour event before the big day at the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Playa del Carmen. Spieth is set to play alongside Patton Kizzire and Pat Perez in the first two rounds, and he will inevitably pick the two married mens’ brains about any advice they’d be willing to give.
“What I got from Rory (McIlroy) and others is feel free to do things your own way, what feels best to you,” Spieth said when asked about what advice his PGA Tour peers had already given. “Don’t copy the way somebody raises their kids or travels with their wife on Tour. Do what you want to do, not what others do. That seems simple, but not everybody does it.”