Highlights: Jordan Spieth makes 5 birdies and an eagle en route to third-round 69
When it came to Moving Day Saturday at the Valspar Championships, Jordan Spieth went full sprint.
Spit hit the first par-5 hole at Innisbrook and then added two more birdies from the top nine to turn around with a two-shot lead.
After hitting for 343 yards to start his third round, Spit left his second hit from 218 yards just 8 feet away and scored an eagle hit.
Four holes later, on the fifth par-5, Spit went off the deck and into the forward bunker, his second shot flying 271 yards. He got up and down, rolling into a 5-foot birdie.
He hit a par-4 eight after a par-4 seven horror en route to a 3-33 shot in the front nine, which moved Spit to 8th under overall.
The former Longhorn opened his back nine with a scarecrow on the 10th par 4 and then another birdie on the par 5 at 11th 550 yards on a green bunker shot that ended less than 4 feet from the hole.
Two more scarecrows on 13th and 15th were offset by birdies on 14th and 16th.
Spit found the green in two on the 14th par-5, creating an easy two-hit birdie.
On a par-4 on the 16th, Spit hit his 5-foot approach from 163 yards and scored it, making the fifth birdie of the day to go along with the opening eagle.
Spieth was intimidating 18th to finish 2-under on the day and into the 7-under house for the week. He is one shot behind leader Adam Schenk and will enter the final group on Sunday afternoon.