Jordan Spieth on Friday bounced back from a double bogey at the par-5 11th in a big way.
After a birdie at 14, Spieth found himself over the back of the par-5 15th in two, where he holed out for an eagle-3:
The short game is strong with this one. Spieth goes birdie-eagle after chipping in at the 15th. pic.twitter.com/8mJ6amuod7— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) March 3, 2017
But he was far from done. Playing his third shot at the par-4 16th from short of the green, Spieth flew this pitch past the pin and watched it ride the slope all the way back to the hole - and in:
Back-to-back holes. No putter necessary. pic.twitter.com/7EqkoEBC9J— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) March 3, 2017