Jordan Spieth lit up the leaderboard and fired up the fans on Saturday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Starting his day at 8 under, he went right to work with birdies on 3, 4, 6 and 8, making the turn in 31, leading to an outpouring of love on the internet.
On the 10th hole, Spieth was chipping from 68 feet away and rolled it in for another birdie, then followed that with another birdie on 11.
He then birdied the two back-nine par 5s, the 13th and the 15th, for the second day in a row.
On the infamous 16th, Spieth’s tee shot landed 36 feet, 8 inches away. No matter. Spieth calmly rolled it in for a birdie to get to 8 under.
Jordan Spieth is fired up.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 6, 2021