At just 21 years old, and only four years after graduating from Jesuit Preparatory School, pro-golfer Jordan Spieth won the Masters on Sunday. The Dallas Morning News reports he’s the second-youngest winner behind Tiger Woods and the fifth golfer to hold the lead in the tournament from start to finish. Plus, he broke several records along the way, finishing 18-under par.

Here’s a look back at his career beginning at Jesuit (including that time he missed his high school graduation because he was playing the Byron Nelson). Here’s a breakdown of the stats. , and an analysis of where this ranks among the greatest sports events in Dallas history.

Spieth received congratulatory tweets from celebrities, including Dirk Nowitzki, Troy Aikman and Matthew McConaughey.


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