Jordan Spieth shot 70 en route to his first green jacket. He tied the record for the lowest 72-hole tournament total at 18-under 270, becoming the first Texan to win the Masters since Ben Crenshaw in 1995.
The green jacket is the ultimate symbol of success at the Masters Tournament. A golfer wearing the single-breasted, single-vent garment has achieved something special: a victory at Augusta National Golf Club.
The 16th hole has been a popular spot for sighting wildlife this week. The blue heron has been flying overhead several mornings but Sunday was the first time it was seen landing, security and gallery guards said.
Auburn football coach Gus Malzahn spent most of the morning walking between the clubhouse and the 18th green, chatting with fans and watching golf. Joining him was Tigers defensive back coach Travaris Robinson.
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