How good was Jordan Spieth's week at Kapalua? The World No. 1 didn't just blow away a strong field of tour pros, he even led his pro-am team to victory on the Plantation Course on Wednesday. Talk about being locked in.
But we're focusing on Spieth's Thursday through Friday at the Hyundai TOC. Here's a look at seven stats that show just how dominant he was.
30: The amount under par Spieth finished, just the second time a player has posted a 72-hole PGA Tour event at 30 under or better. Ernie Els was 31 under on the same course in 2003.
8: Spieth's margin of victory, his most decisive official PGA Tour win by four shots. He won the 2014 Hero World Challenge by 10, but that doesn't count toward Spieth's career total of PGA Tour titles. Speaking of which. . .
7: The number of career PGA Tour titles Spieth has now. That ties Tiger Woods' pre-turning 23 total. Although both Woods and Spieth trail Horton Smith's 14. Jeez, Jordan, pick up the pace.
1.910: Spieth's strokes gained/putting, which led the field. After, Spieth said this was the third-best putting performance of his career, ranking the week behind only last year's Masters and Tour Championship.
2.395: Spieth's strokes gained/tee to green, which led the field.
3.70: Spieth's Par 4 scoring, which led the field.
4.00: Spieth's Par 5 scoring, which led the field. That's right, Jordan Spieth averaged making birdie on Kapalua's par 5s, going 16 under for the week (12 birdies, two eagles and two pars). Yeah, we're going to go ahead and say he shouldn't be too concerned about his "lack of length off the tee" (he was 17th in driving distance for the week).
57: The number of times Spieth made something look way too easy.
OK, so we made that last one up, but you get the point. What a week.