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Jordan Spieth Finishes Strong To Win The 2017 Open Championship


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Jordan Spieth came up big down the stretch today, hitting some spectacular shots to hold off Matt Kuchar and win the 2017 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale by three strokes. Spieth shot a 69 in his final round, putting him at -12 for the tournament, while Kuchar posted a 69 today and was -9 for the Open.

This victory gave Spieth his third major championship at just 23-years-old, which is absolutely ridiculous. The Dallas, Texas native had previously won The Masters and the U.S. Open in 2015, so he now only needs a PGA Championship win to complete the Career Grand Slam.

Spieth is so damn good that even his bogeys are impressive. Watch him get out trouble on the 13th hole with this amazing shot.

After bogeying 13, Spieth got into a groove. He went birdie, eagle, birdie, birdie, par to cap off his day and secure the victory.

That’s how you close the show. Just a masterful display of skill and poise.

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