Jordan Spieth has played at Augusta National at total of three times, including this years Masters.
The first time he played he came in second place, almost becoming the youngest player to win at 20-years-old. He went on to win his second time around and broke a ton of records in the process. He matched Tiger’s lowest score at -18 and set the 54 and 36 hole records, among others.
Even this year, with the gusts of winds that are confounding many of his opponents, Spieth is leading the field with a bogey free first round.
— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 7, 2016
Nobody has been within two shots of Jordan Spieth after his last five rounds in the Masters, going back to his wire-to-wire victory in 2015.
Hopefully he can keep the momentum going!