Eddie Pepperell will play topless golf if Jordan Spieth doesn’t win the Masters

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British golf star Eddie Pepperell says he will play a TOPLESS tournament if Jordan Spieth doesn’t win the Masters … despite only taking his first win in four years this week

  • Eddie Pepperell posted the bold claim to his Twitter account on Monday
  • Jordan Spieth has emerged as one of the favorites to win the Masters
  • He won the Texas Open on Sunday – his first event win in nearly four years

Eddie Pepperell has taken to Twitter to make a bold claim ahead of this week’s Masters, saying he will be playing topless on tour if Jordan Spieth doesn’t win the tournament.

And perhaps it’s easy to see why he would be so confident Spieth would, after finishing a 1,351-day wait for a win, when he won the Valero Texas Open with two shots on Sunday.

After finishing in the top five three times in his last five events, Spieth finally put an end to the four-year hoodoo, making him one of the favorites for the Masters crown.

Eddie Pepperell played in the 2019 Masters tournament, finishing in a tie for 51st place

Eddie Pepperell played in the 2019 Masters tournament, finishing in a tie for 51st place

Pepperell has since added to his tweet, stating that he will do it on the Jamega Tour

Pepperell has since added to his tweet, stating that he will do it on the Jamega Tour

Pepperell has since added to his tweet, stating that he will do it on the Jamega Tour

It was his 12th win in the PGA Tour and his first since winning the British Open at Royal Birkdale in 2017. That was his third major win after winning the Masters and US Open in 2015.

After posting the tweet, Pepperell went on to say he will be doing it in the UK’s Jamega Tour – a professional development journey. Jamega’s Twitter account then responded with ‘Ready when you are!’.

Jordan Spieth won the Texas Open on Sunday - his first tournament win in nearly four years

Jordan Spieth won the Texas Open on Sunday - his first tournament win in nearly four years

Jordan Spieth won the Texas Open on Sunday – his first tournament win in nearly four years

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