After a breakthrough 2015, Jordan Spieth showed no signs of slowing down to start 2016 with an eight-stroke victory at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua. Spieth shot a final-round 67 and became the second player in PGA Tour history to finish 30-under or lower for a 72-hole event, joining Ernie Els, who won this event in 2003 with a record 31-under.