The Masters Tonight: Jordan Spieth leads after 18 holes

04/07/2016

AUGUSTA, GA – Jordan Spieth picked up right where he left off a year ago at Augusta National, taking a two-shot lead into the clubhouse after the first 18 holes of the 2016 Masters.

Spieth led wire to wire in 2015, capturing his first green jacket. In taking the outright lead after Thursday’s play, he became the first golfer ever to lead five straight rounds at the Masters.

In the latest installment of The Masters Tonight, we hear from Spieth as well as two players that had solid opening 18s in Paul Casey and Shane Lowry. We’re also joined by CBS-TV’s Billy Kratzert.

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