Jordan Spieth fired an 8-under 63 on Sunday to win the Australian Open by six strokes.
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It was the 21-year-old's second title as a professional. He also won the PGA Tour's John Deere Classic in a playoff in 2013.
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Spieth fought increasingly windy conditions en route to setting the course record at the Jack Nicklaus-designed Australian Golf Club.
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"It's the best round I have ever played, especially considering the conditions," said Spieth after his victory.
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Spieth's win caps an already impressive 2014 campaign in which he was runner-up in the Masters and had eight top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour.
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Defending champion Rory McIlroy closed with a 1-over 72 to finish T15 at 2 over, 15 strokes back of Spieth.
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Adam Scott hit out of bounds off the tee on the 5th hole.
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Scott, seen here chipping onto the 18th green, shot 71 and finished fifth.
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Greg Chalmers, Brett Rumford, Rod Pampling
Australians Greg Chalmers, Brett Rumford and Rod Pampling pose for a photo with their flags after qualifing for the 2014 British Open at St. Andrews with fourth, third and second place finishes respectively.
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Two-time Australian Open champion Chalmers was tied with Spieth for the lead at 6-under after four holes, but he bogeyed the fifth as Spieth birdied.
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