The way Justin Thomas is playing the Sony Open, someone might have to shoot 59 to catch him on Sunday.
The way Waialae Country Club is playing, someone could.
Jordan Spieth thought he might see a double dose of history in Honolulu. He was playing with Thomas in the opening round and threw a left-handed fist pump to celebrate his best friend's 15-foot eagle putt on the final hole for a 59. Two days later, Spieth was on the putting green when he raced over to the edge of the ninth green in time to see Kevin Kisner line up a 9-foot eagle putt he needed to make for a 59.
Was watching one 59 not enough for him?
Spieth smiled and kept his eyes trained on Kisner,...