By now you’ve probably seen the video of a 14-year-old Jordan Spieth in which he declared that his lifelong dream was to win the Masters.
Well, another blast from the past surfaced Tuesday – a handwritten letter from Spieth, then 16 and already the No. 1-ranked junior in the country, as he thanked the family that funded the scholarship that helped pay for his tuition at Jesuit High School in Dallas.
Humble kid, that Spieth, even at this age:
So, yep, there you have it. Two instances. Jordan Spieth REALLY wanted to win the Masters at various stages of his junior career.