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Last Updated: 13/01/18 11:58am
Jordan Spieth produced the moment of the second round at the Sony Open in Hawaii with an unlikely 90-foot birdie putt
Jordan Spieth might be languishing 10 shots off the lead at the Sony Open in Hawaii, but the three-time major champion drained a remarkable 90-foot birdie putt in the second round.
The 24-year-old sits in a tie for 48th position in the field after being limited to four birdies, during a two-under 68, in ideal scoring conditions at the Waialae Country Club.
Nevertheless, Spieth still showcased his putting expertise with a monster effort on the par-four fifth green as playing partners Xander Schauffele and Daniel Berger watched in disbelief.
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Spieth, whose opening round was hit by a late quadruple-bogey, has gained a reputation for his putting ability during his career to date, including a thrilling final-round duel with Matt Kuchar at The Open last summer, and provided a further reminder of his talent.
The putt becomes Spieth’s longest of his impressive career, beating a previous 52-foot effort at the Valspar Championship in 2016.
Watch the video above to see Spieth’s unlikely long-distance birdie putt in Hawaii…