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Jordan Spieth still in control at the Masters
Jordan Spieth still in control at the Masters

The consensus from those who have been in Jordan Spieth's soft spikes can be summed up like this: Chillax, kid. You'll be fine. No one seems to believe that Spieth will encounter any serious trouble Sunday in his quest to become the second-youngest winner in Masters history. In 1997, Tiger Woods slipped on his first green jacket at 21 years and 3 months. Spieth is five months his senior. "He's playing steady Eddie — and that's all he needs to do," Woods said. "He's long enough and it's warm enough where the par-fives are reachable. You handle the par-fives, stay away from bogeys, and if you're going to miss, miss it in the right...