There’s something about the Hero World Challenge that Jordan Spieth absolutely loves — regardless of where it’s played.
Last year at Isleworth, he cruised to a 10-shot victory (aided by a third-round 63) that sparked one of the most impressive seasons in PGA Tour history. During Thursday’s first round of the event at the Ernie Els-designed Albany course in the Bahamas, Spieth made noise right away, recording a hole-in-one on the par-3 second.
The hole measures 187 yards and Spieth hit a perfect 6-iron that trickled to the front edge of the cup and dropped in. Check out the shot below.
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