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WATCH: Jordan Spieth and Ryan Palmer convert sixth birdie in eight holes

By Wayne Cavadi
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You knew Jordan Spieth wasn't going to go quietly.

He and his partner Ryan Palmer put together a nice run in Sunday's final round at the Zurich Classic in New Orleans.

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Trailing Kevin Kisner and Scott Brown by five strokes, the team but together a run, converting birdie six times in eight holes. Their sixth was a nice chip in on 14.

Fans are being rewarded for their patience during the nearly eight-hour weather delay. Four teams are left in the hunt down the home stretch. The question is whether or not anyone can catch the birdie machine of Team Kisner-Brown.

UPDATE: Team Spieth-Palmer birdied 15, bringing them to 22-under, three off the lead.

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