Jordan Spieth dropped a 6-under 64 in the first round at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
The 64 ties his all-time best first round on the PGA Tour. It also tied him for fourth with Dustin Johnson as play was suspended before everyone got through the first round in on Thursday. Those two trail Sergio Garcia, Danny Lee and Johnson Wagner by one shot.
Spieth, who has been under par in five of the first six rounds he's played at this tournament, made seven birdies, one bogey and didn't even putt all that well (38th in strokes gained putting). He got off to a hot start, though, by making birdie at the first hole of the tournament.