Jordan Spieth Shows He's Just What Golf Needs As Runner-up At 2014 Masters | Bleacher Report

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A couple of missed putts let the neck-and-neck competition transition into a coronation for Watson. But it seemed clear from the start that Spieth hadnt spent Saturday night tossing and turning in his sleep, or being chased in his dreams by demons from Amen Corner. He was a tad too left on his opening tee shot, but recovered immediately with his approach on No. 1.

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