Jordan Spieth stated before his Masters win that it was his goal to chase down Rory McIlroy as the No. 1 player in the world. And now he's just one spot behind.
AUGUSTA, Ga. – Those prone to sentimentality or encumbered by hair-trigger waterworks should reach for the Kleenex now.
It wasn't easy, but Jordan Spieth sure made it look that way Sunday, winning the Masters by four strokes over Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson and making a whole lot of history along the way.