If you’re in your 30s or older, then seven years probably doesn’t seem like a long time.
However, for new Masters champion Jordan Spieth, seven years is one-third of his life. It covers a lot of ground.
That journey from being a 14-year-old kid with dreams of Augusta National to being a record-breaking green-jacket winner is documented briefly in a new ad released by Spieth sponsor AT&T.
The telecom giant, which signed Spieth in February, used some footage of a 14-year-old Spieth speaking to a Dallas TV station about his goal of winning the Masters to spin forward to his four-shot win. Few people know the work Spieth put in over those seven years, but the fruits of the labor are now obvious.