Outside: Jordan Spieth (2015), The word was already out on the youngster that could become the second youngest Master winner if he captured his first major in 2015. After an opening round 64, the event became more about how low Spieth would go then a competition. After the first round, no player ever got closer than three strokes of Spieth. He tied the scoring record of 18-under set by Tiger Woods in 1997. Only a five foot missed par putt on the 72nd hole kept Jordan from the solo scoring record and a spot in the top-10. It was still a run for the ages and sits just outside the top-10.
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