Jordan Spieth back in form at Charles Schwab Challenge as three-time major winner sits a shot off leader Tony Finau
- Jordan Spieth is showing he is back to his best at Charles Schwab Challenge
- The three-time major winner is one shot off overnight leader Tony Finau
- Spieth impressed as he holed a monstrous 46-foot putt on the fourth hole
Jordan Spieth offered further evidence that he is returning to peak form with a five-under-par 65 on the opening day of the Charles Schwab Challenge.
Spieth, a three-time major winner, was joint third at last week’s US PGA Championship for his first top 10 since last summer’s Open at Carnoustie and his best finish in more than year.
The 25-year-old is renowned for his efficiency on the greens and he put in a career-best performance in strokes gained in putting (5.5), sinking everything inside 15 feet, to sit one shot behind overnight leader Tony Finau.
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