Jordan Spieth Wins The Masters
Jordan Spieth wins The Masters in historic fashion to become the second youngest player to don the green jacket. He is only 21 years old and the only winner younger was Tiger Woods in 1997. After losing the lead on Sunday last year, he was able to hold off Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson for his first career major victory. Spieth became the first wire to wire winner since Raymond Floyd in 1976, leading after every round of the tournament. He set the record for most birdies at 28 and posted the lowest opening round for a champion at 64. He also set the 36-hole and 54-hole records by shooting 14 under 130 and 16 under 200 respectively. He then went on to tie the 72-hole record of 18 under 270 set by Tiger Woods in 1997. Jordan actually had a chance to set a new record, but missed a short putt on the final hole which left him tied with Tiger’s score. On top of those historic marks, he also became the first player to reach 19 under par at any point during the tournament’s history. The 21 year old Spieth has an extremely bright future and a chance to become one of the great players of all time if he keeps playing at this level. The young, rising star won his first major on the PGA Tour in historic fashion and there will certainly be more to come.
Below, we have listed the equipment Jordan Spieth used during his win at Augusta National. You can click on the name of the product to find pictures and more information!
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