Jordan is joined by fellow Longhorns Dylan Fritelli, Doug Ghim (a) and Jhonattan Vegas and most of the world's top players this week at the 82nd Masters. Played on the iconic Augusta National GC course (7,435 yards, par 72), this will be an eagerly anticipated start to the 2018 major championship season with a number of top players nearing top form.
Texas-Ex Jordan Spieth wins his third major and first Open Championship at Royal Birkdale today. He's the second youngest to win three of the four major tournaments, only behind Jack Nicklaus, before he turns 24 years old. Our resident golf guru @hopefulhorn with the details on a crazy Sunday at a Major.
Lifetime Longhorn Jordan Spieth heads into the final round on Sunday with a 1-stroke lead at the Masters and attempts to win an unprecedented second consecutive green jacket and third major win. Join us in The Masters thread.