Masters Interview: Jordan Spieth finishes first Masters victory

04/12/2015

Masters GolfAUGUSTA, GA – Jordan Spieth completed the first wire-to-wire victory at the Masters in 39 years on Sunday while also tying the best scoring mark in tournament history, finishing at 18-under par 270.

Spieth finished four shots better than Justin Rose and Phil Mickelson, who ended in a tie for second place.

After his victory, he spoke with our Whit Watson.

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