Jordan Spieth, right, is looking like the heir apparent to Tiger Woods, who was also 21 years old in his first Masters win.
Jordan Spieth, right, is looking like the heir apparent to Tiger Woods, who was also 21 years old in his first Masters win. Alastair Grant AP
Jordan Spieth, right, is looking like the heir apparent to Tiger Woods, who was also 21 years old in his first Masters win. Alastair Grant AP

Please, golf, don’t ruin humble Jordan Spieth

April 12, 2015 10:23 PM

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