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Jordan Spieth's Note to Family who Helped pay High School Tuition

Jordan Spieth: 'This Was Arguably the Greatest Day of My Life'
At his post-Masters press conference, Jordan Spieth talked about the disappointment of coming up short in 2014 and the joy of donning the green jacket this year.

Just when you thought Jordan Spieth couldn’t possibly become more likable, he does.

The Masters champion, Sports Illustrated cover star and apparently the master of the thank-you note graduated from Dallas’ Jesuit College Preparatory School in 2011. While a student there, Spieth was supported by the Joseph M. Murphy Memorial Fund, which helped cover the cost of tuition.

The Dallas Morning News got a hold of a hand-written letter Spieth sent when he was a junior in high school to the family who established the fund. In the letter, Spieth says his dream is to, “play professionally and win the Masters.” Mission accomplished. Check out the letter below, via Barry Horn at the Dallas Morning News:

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