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Jordan Spieth is threatening Tiger Woods' tournament record 18-under after shooting 64-66 to break the 36-hole record.

Ben Crenshaw bids emotional farewell to Masters

Ben Crenshaw's final Masters round was an emotional ride filled with standing ovations, a reminder of fellow Texan Ben Hogan and the sight of his longtime caddie Carl Jackson waiting for him behind the 18th green.

Spieth's superb putting, determination led to first green jacket

All you need to know about Jordan Spieth and the Masters Tournament is that he's a quicker learner at Augusta National Golf Club than Tiger Woods, who has had a pretty good career there.

Club member Jeff Knox plays with Steve Stricker as noncompeting marker

Jeff Knox, a club member who beat Rory McIlroy by a shot as a noncompeting marker last year, played Saturday's round with Steve Stricker.

Spieth wins wire to wire, becomes second-youngest Masters champion

On the 20th anniversary of the last Texan - Ben Crenshaw - to win the Masters, Jordan Spieth closed with 2-under-par 70 on Sunday to win by four shots and finish at 18-under-par 270, matching Tiger Woods' 18-year-old scoring record.

Spieth takes four-shot lead into Sunday's final round

Jordan Spieth could become second-youngest Masters champion if he holds on to win in Sunday's final round.