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Jordan Spieth ties tournament record to win Masters at 18 under par

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The impulse, at the end of a masterful four days of golf, will be to zoom out and go big picture on 21-year-old Jordan Spieth: Did his decisive, four-stroke victory in the Masters just announce his arrival as Tiger Woods’s heir to the throne of American golf, Rory McIlroy’s career-long archrival and the new face — humble, clean-cut and telegenic — of the sport? Yes, this was a performance for the ages, and those are fair questions — but only Spieth can answer them and only many years from now.

At golf’s biggest events, players give the whole story

AUGUSTA, Ga. — The three greatest golf tournaments in the world — the British and U.S. Opens and the Masters — have an outsized emotional impact on almost every player. Tournaments they have dreamed about since childhood, often feared as adults and where their fondest hopes can be realized or crushed. These events open them up to spontaneous introspection, philosophizing and humor.

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