Short game? Jordan Spieth has one of the best, and he showed it off again during Friday's second round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua's Plantation Course.
Watch this shot from fringe at the ninth hole take dead aim at the pin -- and disappear:
That was the biggest highlight in a round that was littered with birdies for Spieth, who shot a 9-under 64 Friday and pushed out to a four-stroke lead over Patrick Reed, Fabian Gomez and Kevin Kisner.
Spieth makes this game look so easy at times. And if the competition was expecting him to suffer a bit of a letdown after his amazing 2015, it appears they'll be in for a long, long wait.