Former Longhorn Jordan Spieth heads into Saturday at the Masters seeking to become the first golfer to hold the lead for seven straight rounds — dating back to his wire-to-wire victory in 2015 and including his strong start this year.
But it wasn’t easy, as Kirk Bohls writes from Augusta:
After all, Jordan Spieth showed he’s human on Friday He didn’t blow away the field. He wasn’t being sized. But the stress of Augusta National nearly broke him. Nearly.Advertisement
— The Masters (@TheMasters) April 9, 2016
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