The Sony Open is where Justin Thomas broke the PGA Tour's scoring record, starting with his 59.
And it was that round when Jordan Spieth got a taste of his own medicine.
Thomas and Spieth were paired together for the opening round at Waialae Country Club, and no one celebrated more than Spieth when he watched his longtime friend make eagle on his 18th hole for a 59 .
But here's what was so amazing about that round: Spieth actually had better chances.
Spieth was an average of 18 feet, 4 inches on his approach shots, best in the field for the first round. Thomas averaged 25 feet, 7 inches, ranking him seventh. Not only was Spieth closer to him most of the...