By Evin Priest

WORLD No.2 Jordan Spieth will have another training base in 2016 when his Aussie coach Cameron McCormick begins his tenure as the director of instruction at Trinity Forest Golf Club, a new layout in Dallas opening later next year.

And McCormick is excited about working at the Bill Coore/Ben Crenshaw design, as you can tell from his Instagram account.

Following McCormick and Spieth’s return from Scotland after a runner-up finish at The Open championship, the pair and Crenshaw took a tour of the land to see how the course was shaping up.

The US PGA Tour has already requested the facility to host the AT&T Byron Nelson once the course is completed and matured.

“It’s an amazing opportunity for many reasons,” McCormick said. “A large part is all the people involved [with the facility], and the backing [it has] from the city of Dallas. There’s almost a civic responsibility that feels important and special.”