Jordan Spieth sinks no-look putt

Jordan Spieth 4 Back at WGC-Bridgestone
Jordan Spieth 4 Back at WGC-Bridgestone

Golf fans in the United States and around the world have loved Jordan Spieth since his rise in the PGA tour from college. His personality, class and skill on the golf course have grown his fan base over the years. Now the professional golfer is taking his golf skills to the next level by hitting no-look putts on the practice green ahead of his final round at the WGC-Bridgestone.

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Spieth has made a lot of great putts on various difficult greens throughout different courses. Now the golfer is showing off even more by looking the other way as he completes a putt. He's definitely brought his best to the course in pursuit of another tournament win by sinking a no-look putt as he got loose for the final round of competition at the WGC-Bridgestone.

This is not something that he'd do (one would think) during an actual round of golf, but Spieth could probably afford to not look on some of his short-distance putts.

On Sunday, Spieth showed the world why he is one of the best golfers professionally. He sits at -1 heading into his final round of the event. If he can hit his putts on the 18-hole round like he did on the putting green, then they will be featured all over and he will come away as the winner.

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