This could be a Guinness World Record in two different ways. Number 1 position won with the least amount of effort or shortest spell of being the world’s number 1 golfer, you decide. Whatever it may be, Jordan Spieth handed that crown back rather quickly to rival Rory McIlroy. He lasted all of two weeks as Number 1 before flubbing that with two opening rounds of 74 and 73 at the Barclays.
As for Rory, he didn’t have to do a thing. He was probably watching his own victory from the comfort of his living room as he rested up to recover from his infamous ankle injury. Talk about an effortless win.