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Jordan Spieth Withdraws From AT&T Byron Nelson With Wrist Injury

The news puts Spieth’s availability for next week’s PGA Championship at risk.

Jordan Spieth missed the cut by eight strokes at the Wells Fargo Championship. And there is at least one reason: Spieth announced Monday he has a left wrist injury that “caused considerable pain” over the weekend and has caused him to withdraw from this week’s AT&T Byron Nelson Championship, his hometown event near Dallas. 

The news also puts next week’s PGA Championship at risk. He would be going for a career grand slam at Oak Hill in Rochester, NY..

Spieth said the injury requires “rest and limited movement” and “I’m focused in healing as quickly as possible and will have to evaluate my recovery week to week.”