Apr 9th, 2016
Why Jordan Spieth loves Augusta National
This infographic explains it all
Words: John Dean Photography: Getty Images
Jordan Spieth has played at Augusta National a total of three times, including this year's Masters. This infographic shows you exactly why.
The first time Jordan played was in 2014 and he came in second place at five under. He almost became the youngest player to win at just 20-years-old, but that was to be one record that Tiger continues to hold.
Spieth went on to win on his second outing in 2015 and he tied the 72-hole record set by Tiger Woods in 1997 and became the second youngest to win the Masters, behind Woods.
He matched Tiger’s lowest score at -18 and set the 54 and 36 hole records. Here's more details from the infographic.
That his highest ever Masters round is a par 72 is simply incredible!