Jordan Spieth Sums Up Masters Win With Tweet: ‘I’m Glad That Wasn’t A Dream’

by NESN Staff

April 13, 2015

Jordan Spieth is the definition of living the dream. And then some.

The 21-year-old dominated the competition at the Masters over the weekend, winning the green jacket in commanding fashion Sunday night at Augusta National as he tied the tournament record at 18-under 270. It was a remarkable, record-breaking performance by the young golfer from Texas, and one he’s just thankful was real.

On Monday, Spieth tweeted for the first time since being crowned the youngest Masters winner since Tiger Woods, and he summed it up pretty perfectly with just seven words.

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Fortunately for Spieth, it was all very real, but winning the Masters is something he’s been dreaming of since he was 14 years old.

Go ahead and pinch yourself, Jordan, you’ll still be rocking the green jacket, we promise.

Thumbnail photo via Rob Schumacher/USA TODAY Sports Images

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