NORTON, Mass. -- Jordan Spieth has given everyone else a target after firing a final-round 62 that moved him into a tie for second at 17 under.
Spieth played his final four holes in 5 under, capping the surge with a 24-footer for eagle at the 18th hole. The 20-year-old phenom made seven birdies and an eagle while dropping no shots to par as he tied for the low round of the tournament.
Henrik Stenson leads at 19 under and has played seven holes. Spieth, who won the John Deere Classic two months ago, is now tied with Steve Stricker, Jason Dufner and Roberto Castro, who are through eight holes, and overnight leader Sergio Garcia.