Jordan Spieth has been one of the best putters on the PGA Tour for a few seasons now, but he outdid himself Friday at the Sony Open in Hawaii, draining the longest putt of his career on a massive green.
Spieth’s approach shot to the 467-yard par-4 fifth hole left him 30 yards from the pin, but he hammered a putt that changed directions multiple times and walked it into the hole.
Spieth’s bomb was the longest putt on the PGA Tour this season by 16 feet, and only three other players have made 90-foot putts over the last three seasons. He’ll need to make a big move on Saturday to become a contender, as he currently sits in a tie for 48th, 10 shots back of leader Brian Harman.
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