Jordan Spieth shoots 10-under 61 | Round 3 | Waste Management | 2021

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In the third round of the 2021 Waste Management Phoenix Open, Jordan Spieth carded a 10-under 61 to get to 18-under for the tournament, placing him in a tie for the lead with Xander Schauffele heading into Sunday.

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Two-time FedExCup champion Rory McIlroy and defending champion Webb Simpson lead a star-studded field seeking some valuable early-season FedExCup points at TPC Scottsdale in this year’s Waste Management Phoenix Open. McIlroy will tee it up near Phoenix for the first time in his career, while fellow FedExCup winner Justin Thomas is looking to improve on his T3 finish in Phoenix from 2020. Brooks Koepka looks to break his streak of three straight missed cuts on the PGA TOUR, while Arizona State alum Jon Rahm enters the week in consistent form in hopes of getting back in the winner’s circle. Rahm has notched three straight top-10 finishes on TOUR and was T2 heading into the weekend at the Farmers Insurance Open.

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