When Jordan Spieth was just 14 – so a mere seven years ago – he was a rising high-schooler headed to the Junior British Open, a tournament for the best under-16 golfers in the world.
At the time, a Dallas-area TV station profiled Spieth and the progress he’d made in a couple of years with instructor Cameron McCormick.
As part of the piece, the reporter asks Spieth about the goals he had established with his teacher. It was pretty clear.
Spieth said, “My ultimate goal … is to win the Masters.”
In control of the tournament with less than two rounds to play, Spieth may well be on his way to achieving his dream.