The tournament is called the "Hero World Challenge," and Jordan Spieth put on a superhero-like performance Saturday.
He made nine birdies en route to a third-round 63. But he may have saved the best for last with this 45-foot bomb on No. 18. Watch:
That not only put Spieth seven shots ahead of the field, but his 20-under total broke a record for the lowest three-round total in Tiger Woods' charity event.
Considering the way Spieth tamed a tough Australian Open field with a final-round 63 last weekend, there's no one hotter in the game right now than the young Texan.