Masters Tournament

Jordan Spieth halfway to Grand Slam after thrilling U.S. Open finish

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Jordan Spieth brought it up. No one had to ask. In talking before the 115th U.S. Open about how he might judge his season if it had been cut off a week ago, with a first Masters green jacket already in his closet, the 21-year-old said — with more of a sense of wonder than arrogance — that he wouldn't nearly be satisfied. He had a keen focus on the next big prize. "You can't win the Grand Slam unless you win the first," Spieth said, "and I'm the only one who has that chance." Spieth doesn't shy away from bold statements or daunting challenges, and he didn't wilt in Sunday's nervy final stretch of...