U S Masters, Well Done Jordan Spieth
The years first Major, the US Masters is now history and even more history was made. Congratulations to the second youngest ever winner at 21 years and 8 months, Jordan Spieth. On his way to victory Jordan broke several records and here are the records he set:
Jordan’s 14-under 130 after 36 holes beat Ray Floyd’s record of 131 in 1976.
Tied the lowest 36-hole score in Majors history.
His 54 hole 16-under 200 broke the record set by Ray Floyd in 1976 and which was equaled by Tiger Woods in 1997.
His 72 hole score of 270 tied the record set by Tiger Woods in 1997.
Broke Phil Mickelson’s 2001 record for the most birdies over four rounds of 25 with 28 of his own.
The birdie on 15 took Jordan to 19 under par making him the first player ever to reach that score.
The first Masters wire to wire winner in 39 years after Ray Floyd in 1976
To see the final leaderboard and Jordan’s scorecard look at these links:
The second Major is the US Open which will be played at Chambers Bay from 18 to 21 June. Golfs third Major The Open , will be played on the Old Course at St Andrews from 16 to 19 July while the fourth and Final Major, the PGA Championship will be hosted by at Whistling Starights from 13 to 16 August