Pretty much this.
He hasn't finished as strong as he was last year and it comes down to two things. Mental approach and putting. He lead the field in putting when he was winning match after match, he also never gave away shots when he was coming down the stretch.
The kid's still playing phenomenal but it seems that people have become a bit desensitized to how hard it actually is to win a PGA event in 2016. He doesn't look as confident in his swing at the moment, body language can tel us that, but to be leading events on Friday/Saturday with your B game is still impressive.
Spieth will be fine. I'm just a little tired of seeing the golf critics critique a swing that is almost identical to the one they claimed to be perfect a year ago.
Excellent analysis. Yes, zero penalties had to be the reason the score was lower than I "felt" it should have been.
The GameGolf app is cool. It has statistics and tools I haven't even used yet. I just found out recently you can check your strokes gained against higher HC averages instead of just the default scratch comparison.
I'm not convinced that a tee marker is a 'device'. Is everything man-made a device, by your definition? If a player purposely dropped the ball (for an unplayable lie, for example) in such a way as to have one foot on the kerb of a carpath or a sprinkler head would he be in breach of 14-3?