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When He was 14, Jordan Spieth Said He Wanted to win the Masters

Masters 2015: Could We Witness a Jordan Spieth Collapse?
Jordan Spieth dominated the first two rounds of the 2015 Masters, but Sports Illustrated's Alan Shipnuck gauges the likelihood of things falling apart over the weekend during Friday's GOLF.com Live From Augusta recap show.

In a 2008 profile of 14-year-old Jordan Spieth, the Texas native talks about winning the Masters. At the time he was a student at Jesuit High School in Dallas. 

“My ultimate goal when I came here, (my instructor) asked me and I said, “’I want to win the Masters.’” Spieth said.

This year, in just his second Masters appearance, Spieth is in position to do just that. He’s the 36-hole leader after finishing with a Masters record 14 under after the first two days. You can watch the video below.

 

 

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