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All you need to know about Jordan Spieth and the Masters Tournament is that he's a quicker learner at Augusta National Golf Club than Tiger Woods, who has had a pretty good career there.
All photos taken Sunday, April 12, 2015 at Augusta National Golf Club.
In the immediate aftermath of his record-tying, wire-to-wire victory, the enormity of Jordan Spieth's accomplishment was a little beyond comprehension.
On the 20th anniversary of the last Texan - Ben Crenshaw - to win the Masters, Jordan Spieth closed with 2-under-par 70 on Sunday to win by four shots and finish at 18-under-par 270, matching Tiger Woods' 18-year-old scoring record.
Rory McIlroy shot 6-under Sunday to come in at 12-under for the Masters Tournament.
Jack Wallace, of Nashville, Tenn., is Sunday's junior patron of the day.
Justin Rose said he completed four good rounds for the first time in his Masters Tournament career, but 14-under wasn't enough to beat a red-hot Jordan Spieth.
Phil Mickelson shot 3-under 69, which ranks among his best final rounds ever at Augusta National, but he never mounted a serious challenge against Jordan Spieth.