Playing for the first time in two months, Jordan Spieth arrived at the Sony Open in Hawaii not quite knowing what to expect out of his game and with the week serving as, admittedly, something of a test run. Spieth shot a four-under 66 on Friday but missed the cut by a stroke, finishing his week at Waialae Country Club at one under and with plenty of questions about his golf still left to be answered. “I didn't play well, but it was kind of trying to find what I need to work on to then dial it in,” said Spieth, who got married in the offseason and hadn't played since missing the cut last November in Mexico.
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