Jordan Spieth felt his playoff start was a week late.

Sure, he was in the fray for last week's FedEx St. Jude Championship,

But he realized that it might be a short stay. I just wasn't ready to play," he said.

After consistently finishing in the top 10 in Scotland, Spieth took a few weeks off.

But he admits he could go a little too long without working on his game.

By the time he was ready to be relegated to the playoffs,

All in-house courses in Dallas were closed for summer maintenance.

After spending some time with swing coach Cameron McCormick,

He decided to move to Nashville, Tennessee to play golf with Justin Thomas.

"I'm like, man, it's not great right now, but I'll try and figure it out," Spieth said.