Former Texas standout Jordan Spieth has finished his final round of the 2018 Masters gold tournament in Augusta two strokes behind leader Patrick Reed and is -13 for the tournament.
Spieth shot eight under par in the final round to briefly tie for the lead at the prestigious tournament, where he won in 2015.
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