It was quite a week for Jordan Spieth. On one hand, he was a walking birdie machine pouring in 26 plus one eagle. But on the other he recorded several loose holes including five bogeys, two doubles and a triple. Friday's round was itself a rollercoaster.
But in Sunday's final round, Spieth showed why he was the defending champion of the event, carding a seven-under 65. And most importantly, he did so without a single bogey.
He was dialed in with his wedges, to the point where he wasn't even satisfied with this short approach on the 14th to about four feet.
Spieth even had a chance for the low round of the week after reaching the par 5 finishing hole in two, but settled for birdie.
The strong finish left Spieth at 16 under for the week, good for a top three finish.
After his round Spieth chose to focus on all of the positives in his interview with Golf Channel. "I certainly take a lot of confidence off this round going into next week." Spieth will tee it up at next week's Sony Open, also in Hawaii on Oahu.