AUGUSTA, Ga. — Jordan Spieth tapped in his final putt to cap off a record performance and bent over in relief. He just as easily could have been taking a bow.
By Doug Ferguson
By Tim Dahlberg
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Phil's Army had pretty much surrendered by the turn Friday, even as their leader fought on.
Jordan Spieth has dominated the competition through two days at Augusta National, recording a Masters record 14-under par heading into the weekend.
Though Tiger Woods is still 12 shots off the pace, he was happy with the way he's played in the first two rounds of The Masters.