SPIETH CLAIMS HIS FIRST MAJOR TITLE
Jordan Spieth matched the lowest 72-hole score in Masters Tournament history as he became the second youngest winner of the event in spectacular wire-to-wire fashion at Augusta National. Spieth's total of 28 birdies beat the previous best of 25 set by Mickelson in 2001, his last of the week on the 15th also making him the first player ever to reach 19 under par in the Masters.
Haydn Porteous carded a dramatic eagle two at the first extra hole to edge out compatriot and friend Brandon Stone en route to his first professional title at the Barclays Kenya Open.
Dean Burmester hit “the best shot of his life” on the 18th of Royal Harare Golf Club on Sunday to set up a tournament-winning birdie at the Golden Pilsener Zimbabwe Open.