Jordan Spieth Confirms Every Professional Golfer’s Worst Nightmare

  • Jordan Spieth wins the Hyundai Tournament of Champions by eight shots.
  • The world number one led the field after his second round.

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Jordan Spieth entered the New Year wishing he could stay in 2015 after his numerous successes. This comment seems like an irrelevance as he just demolished a very strong field in Maui, Hawaii.

It looked like Patrick Reed might be threatening the 22-year-old, but Spieth showed his class by sinking putts and ensuring there was no slip up on his way to victory.

Here is Jordan’s approach to the par-5 18th, he did of course sink the putt to take the win by an astonishing 8 shots. His 66, 64, 65 and 67 put him one shot behind Ernie Els’ record on the Plantation Course at Kapalua.

Spieth’s unassailable lead was really brought home when Patrick Reed walked off his 69th hole with his first bogey of the week. Pat finished second by 8 shots and only got one bogey all week…are you kidding me! Jordan looked untouchable.

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