By Doug Ferguson
NORTON, Mass. — Justin Thomas had an answer for everyone in the Dell Technologies Championship with just about every club.
He could tell from the cheers that Jordan Spieth was off to a good start. A glance at the leaderboard indicated it was better than he imagined — birdie-eagle-birdie. And then Thomas stood on the fourth tee and saw for himself.
Spieth rolled in a four-foot birdie putt to go 5 under through four holes of the final round at the TPC Boston.
Concerned his driver would get up in the air and sail into trouble, Thomas hit a bullet with hopes it would roll into the bunker. It was better than that, flying fast into the shaggy collar atop the steep…