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Jordan Spieth’s ridiculous putting warm-up routine


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We’ve all seen Jordan Spieth hole putts looking at the hole rather than the ball but now the world’s greatest putter has taken things to a whole new level.

While warming up for his final round at the WCG Bridgestone Invitational, Spieth shows everyone ‘how the pros do it’ by not even looking at the ball or the hole.

Stood over a 10 footer, the world number two looks behind him but still manages to go through his normal stroke routine and strike the ball perfectly into the hole.

We’re not sure who he was looking at as he holed the putt but Spieth seemed pretty pleases with himself.

It’s nice to see the American smiling again after his Augusta nightmare in April and with that putting stroke it’d be foolish to rule him out of landing another major this year.




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