What can be said that hasn’t been said already. Jordan Spieth took what he learned from last year’s finish in 2nd place behind Bubba Watson and used it to keep the pedal down the entire 4 rounds. He smoked the field for the first 36 holes and then fought off any challenges by continuing his steady play over the last 36 holes. While he did have a few errant shots, he quickly blocked out the negatives and focused on his next swing and next swing and next swing, etc. That certainly was one heck of a performance. Too bad he didn’t take the normal amount of time over the putt on 18 to finish -19 and knock Tiger out of the record book.

Just think about those guys who finished in double figures. Any other year, that probably would have been enough to win.

How well will Spieth fare this week as he tee’s it up at the RBC Heritage?

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