Jordan Spieth Reflects on Masters Win

Jordan Spieth opened the Masters with a bang last year, and never looked back. Spieth led wire-to-wire. He finished at 18-under, tying Tiger Woods for the lowest winning score in Masters history. He also set a tournament record with 28 birdies. Spieth was at his best for what he considers the best tournament in the world.

Jordan Spieth, “As a kid growing up, it was my favorite tournament in the world. As a professional, it’s my favorite tournament in the world. Nothing has changed. I came close in my first attempt in 2014. Then last year I got off to just a hot start, and we were able to hold it together.”

It has to be so many great memories for Spieth as he returns to Augusta, but he admits defending his title will not be easy.

Jordan Spieth, “And this year it’s going to be tricky because last year we were 18-under. The hardest thing to do in repeating or trying to repeat a win is to not look at the year before.”

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