Jordan Spieth pulled off that stat for the first time in a decade at the Phoenix Open Whether he's sinking long-range birdie putts or chipping in from greenside bunkers,

Jordan Spieth's signature round of golf is a roller coaster for nearly every PGA Tour player. At the WM Phoenix Open, Spieth did something no one could have predicted

Spieth, who teed off late Friday afternoon because of Thursday's frost delay, made six birdies and one bogey before play was suspended for the day. On Saturday morning

Spieth continued his 2nd round on the 13th hole and fired three more birdies, all from within six feet. Spieth made things look easy for once.

Spieth finished Saturday morning with an 8-under 63, the low score of the round, and didn't have to explore the unseen corners of the golf course or make nearly impossible par save

According to Justin Ray -- a well-known stat guru in the golf community  Spieth accomplished something Friday and Saturday that he hasn't accomplished since 2013.

He hit all 18 greens in regulation at TPC Scottsdale. In all 843 rounds of golf Spieth has completed on the PGA Tour,

this is the last made 18 greens at the 2013 AT&T National held at the Congressional Golf Course ten years ago. The PGA Tour champion in scrambling understands that figure completely,