Jordan Spieth is looking to shake off a rough performance at the 2022 Masters ahead of the PGA Championship. Currently considered one of the favorites to win the upcoming major, Spieth couldn't help but take a shot at himself when discussing his struggles at the Masters, comparing himself to Tiger Woods, who was making a return to golf after his serious injuries sustained in a car crash last year. Via Ryan Ballengee, Spieth was critical of himself for missing the cut while Woods advanced “on one leg.”

Spieth missed the cut at the Masters after registering a score of +6, in what was a disappointing round for the 28-year-old. He was particularly hard on himself knowing that Woods managed to outplay him, despite being hobbled by his injuries, effectively playing on one leg.

It's good to see Spieth throw some humor into the mix when discussing his poor showing at the Masters, and he's looking to put that all behind him at the PGA Championship. He'll be playing for keeps, too, as he has the chance to become just the sixth golfer in history to earn a career Grand Slam with a win at the PGA Championship, joining an elite group consisting of Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Tiger Woods, and Jack Nicklaus.

He's been in strong form of late, finishing second at the AT&T Byron Nelson last week and winning at the RBC Heritage in April, so there's certainly optimism that he can pull off the incredible feat this coming weekend.