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Topic - Jordan Spieth
There were no major letdowns for Masters contenders Matt Kuchar and Jordan Spieth at the RBC Heritage on Thursday.
Tom Watson wants to take a closer look at American prospects for the Ryder Cup, so the U.S. captain is playing in the RBC Heritage this week.
Get ready, Augusta National. Jordan Spieth can't wait for another chance at that green jacket.
Jordan Spieth is in the field at the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links that starts Thursday. He gave no thought to withdrawing after the grind of the Masters, instead feeling energized by his runner-up finish to Bubba Watson.
The moment doesn't get much bigger than this - a 20-foot putt on the 18th green Sunday at Augusta National for the win.
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For all the crazy stunts Bubba Watson does for fun, the green jacket was off limits.
Bubba Watson scooped up his son, hugged his wife and took off down the ropes along the 18th green, high-fiving the patrons at Augusta National.
Bubba Watson was reminded of that hard work when he won the Masters by three shots over 20-year-old Jordan Spieth and Jonas Blixt of Sweden.
As the errant shots began to pile up, Jordan Spieth swung his club angrily and spewed out his frustration for everyone to hear. Finally, after three brilliant days, the kid showed his age
Bubba Watson has won the Masters for the second time in three years.
There's a reason no rookie has won the Masters in the 35 years since Fuzzy Zoeller pulled it off.
The Masters excitement that players, patrons and television viewers have come to expect arrived about two hours earlier than normal Sunday.