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Golf VIDEO/PhOtOs -Jordan Spieth Wins 2015 Masters

Jordan Spieth Wins 2015 Masters by Four Shots After Holding off Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson to Complete Flawless Tournament

  • Jordan Spieth wins 2015 US Masters at the Augusta National Golf Club
  • The 21-year-old American won the first major of his career having led all week
  • Spieth hit a final round of 70 to finish on 18 under par and win the coveted green jacket
  • Spieth became the first man ever to reach 19 under par in the Masters, but bogeyed the last hole
  • Justin Rose (-14) and Phil Mickelson (-14) led the chase on Sunday but both came up short
  • Rory McIlroy (-12) and Tiger Woods (-5) unable to put together a low enough round to overhaul Spieth
  • McIlory finished in fourth with Japanese Hideki Matsuyama (-11) in fifth place
  • Englishmen Ian Poulter and Paul Casey finished on nine under par in a tie for sixth
Daily Mail UK, 12 April 2015


One day they will write books about Jordan Spieth's nerveless brilliance at the 79th Masters. They're already rewriting the one comprising the tournament's records.




At an enthralled Augusta National, the 21 year old Texan's exquisite mastery and immaculate composure continued right to the end. We all know the cliché about how the Masters starts on the back nine on Sunday.

Well, this one ended on the 10th when this peerless putter rapped knuckles with his caddie as one more birdie found the bottom of the hole. It stretched his lead to six shots and, after taking everything the best players in the game could throw at him during the week and having repelled it all, there was no way he was going to throw it away now.

There might have been plenty of scary holes ahead but not much left to frighten Spieth given such a reassuring advantage.
That was his 26th birdie and one more Masters record for the man who became the youngest first-round leader on Thursday, set a new 36-hole record on Friday and a new low third round mark on Saturday.

On it went, this relentless pursuit of history, with landmarks reached at every turn. At the par-five 15th yet another birdie meant he reached 19 under par, the first man in Masters history to attain that total.

Just look who he had left behind. Just four players ever reached 17 under – Jack Nicklaus, Ray Floyd, Spieth and Tiger Woods. Only Spieth and Tiger ever got to 18. And now Spieth stands alone.
A bogey at the last didn't matter, and was fitting in its way. It means he shares the 72-hole tournament record set by 21-year-old Tiger in 1997.





Jordan Spieth won his first ever major title with victory at the Masters at Augusta on Sunday





The 21-year-old won the coveted green jacket for the first time in his career having finished runner up in 2014





Spieth has his green jacket handed to him by reigning two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson after his win in Georgia











Spieth hugs his mum and dad, who watched the winning shot on the 18th green, after winning the Masters at Augusta









Spieth kisses his girlfriend Annie Verret (top) before hugging his mother after winning his first ever major






Spieth celebrates the biggest victory of his career so far by giving his caddie Michael Greller a hug on the 18th green




Spieth was in sensational form all week and his final round of 70 added to scores of 64, 66 and 70 in Georgia




The 21-year-old American held a four-shot lead going into the final round and never came under serious pressure on Sunday





Spieth shot a final round of 70 to finish on 18 under par for the tournament after a stunning week at Augusta National




Spieth looked cool, calm and calculated on Sunday as he held onto his lead despite the best efforts from the chasing pack





Spectators packed the hills at the Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday to watch the climax to the first major of the year





Spieth reacts after saving par on the 16th hole before going on to win the green jacket for the first time in his career




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YOUNGEST MASTERS WINNERS

Tiger Woods (1997) - 21 yrs, 3 mths, 14 days

Jordan Spieth (2015) - 21 yrs 8 mths 16 days
Seve Ballesteros (1980) - 23 yrs, 4 days
Jack Nicklaus (1963) - 23 yrs, 2 mths, 17 day




Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy were paired together for the final day at Augusta, but neither could mount a challenge



'This is a momentous week in the history of our game,' said Sir Nick Faldo, summing it up perfectly on American television. 'Along with Rory McIlroy, he is going to carry our game for the next decade and what an exciting time it promises to be.'

Spieth shot a final round 70 and a magical 18 under par total of 270 to win by four from Phil Mickelson and game Englishman Justin Rose, whose sizeable consolation must be they played well enough to have won the Masters in 74 out of the 79 years.

Rounding out an illustrious top four was world No 1 McIlroy, who did his level best to repair the damage of a tentative opening 27 holes by shooting 31 for the back nine on Friday and following it with scores of 68 and 66 over the weekend.

'If someone had offered me 12 under at the start of the week I would have probably taken it,' he said. 'But Jordan just kept his foot to the metal. What he's done is awfully impressive.'

The last man to shake Spieth's hand before he set out on his fabulous quest was the 1976 winner Floyd, who just happened to be the last man to claim the green jacket while leading outright after every round.
Both men, of course, were hoping this would prove an act of symbolism and that is exactly how it unfolded. That display proved the highpoint of Floyd's career, as he outclassed Ben Crenshaw and Jack Nicklaus to win by eight shots. Now Spieth has written his own blueprint, one that will make a poster for every teenage wannabe who believes the ultimate dream - as Spieth declared himself to a television camera when he was just 14 - is to win the Masters.

'I've always wondered what it would feel like and right now it might even have exceeded my expectations,' said Spieth. 'I'm looking forward to being introduced everywhere as the Masters champion. I know that carries a heavy weight but it will make me feel so proud.'




Spieth proudly stands with yet another golf trophy during his younger years











Jordan Spieth: Winning the Masters




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