14-Year-Old Jordan Spieth Was Already Talking About Winning The Masters (Video)
Jordan Spieth won his first Green Jacket on Sunday with a 72-hole score of 18-under-par, tying Tiger Woods‘ record for lowest score ever at The Masters. At 21-years-old, Spieth is the second-youngest player to win the tournament, but he was much younger when he first started thinking about this moment in his life.
Watch as a 14-year-old Jordan Spieth talks about his goal of winning The Masters in the video below:
On April 12, 2015, Jordan Spieth’s goal was achieved, as he finished four strokes clear of Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose to capture his first of what’s expected to be many major championships.