A slow motion video of Jordan Spieth's putting stroke shows up a potential issue.
There was a very interesting discussion this evening during coverage of the final round of the 2016 Byron Nelson surrounding Jordan Spieth's puting stroke.

Analysing one missed putt in slow motion, Sky Sports Golf studio analysts noted that Jordan keeps the putter so low to the ground on the way back that it is prone to bouncing off the turf before hitting the ball on the way through.  That is potentially affecting the roll and the line.

Nevertheless Spieth is still high on the leaderboard; testimony to his competitive instincts.

Have a look and tell me what you think.

Peter Kostis also found issues with Spieth's swing just now. As also his analysis was spot on.

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