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Jordan Spieth seizes the moment, and place in history, to win Masters
Jordan Spieth seizes the moment, and place in history, to win Masters

The moment will forever be remembered as vintage Jordan Spieth. Thirteenth hole. Masters Sunday. A defining approach shot awaiting. Caddie Michael Greller had it marked off at 196 yards to the green's front edge and over the well-known Augusta National stream that has swallowed so many balls and so many Masters dreams. By that point, Spieth had himself a comfortable five-shot lead, a final-round cushion that might tempt even the boldest of players to get conservative. But at 21, Spieth is an accelerator, a foot-on-the-gas, bloodthirsty competitor who knew what had to be done. With the distance, the tailwind, the adrenaline, the shot was there. "If you lay up...

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