Jordan Spieth: 'This Was Arguably the Greatest Day of My Life'

At his post-Masters press conference, Jordan Spieth talked about the disappointment of coming up short in 2014 and the joy of donning the green jacket this year.

In 2015, Jordan Spieth won the Masters Tournament, which is one of golf's four major championships. The tournament took place at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, from April 9 to April 12, 2015.

Spieth, who was 21 years old at the time, delivered an exceptional performance throughout the tournament. In the first round, he shot a score of 64, which tied the course record at Augusta National. He continued his impressive play in the second round, carding a 66 to take a commanding lead heading into the weekend.

On the third day of the tournament, Spieth shot a 70 to maintain his position atop the leaderboard. Going into the final round, he held a four-shot lead over the rest of the field. Despite some pressure from his competitors, Spieth remained composed and focused on his game.

In the final round, Spieth faced a challenge from Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose, who tried to close the gap. However, Spieth's consistent play and strong nerve proved crucial. He made several clutch putts and maintained his composure to finish with a final round of 70.

With a total score of 18-under-par 270, Jordan Spieth secured his first Masters victory, becoming the second-youngest player to win the tournament, behind Tiger Woods. He also tied the 72-hole scoring record at the Masters, previously set by Woods in 1997.

Spieth's win at the 2015 Masters was a breakthrough moment in his career, propelling him into the spotlight as one of golf's rising stars. His exceptional performance and composure under pressure cemented his status as a top player in the world of golf.


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