Spieth is the most promising American at his age since Woods.
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Masters champ Jordan Spieth enjoys slipping on his green jacket while watching TV around the house, but he says winning the first Grand Slam of his career won't change who he is.Spieth became the second youngest Masters champion behind Tiger Woods and the first player since Raymond Floyd in 1976 to post a wire-to-wire victory.Spieth is seeking another Grand Slam win this week at the 115th U.S. Open, which begins Thursday at the par 70 Chambers Bay course in the U.S. Pacific Northwest.Spieth played a couple of practice rounds so far and likes what he sees but agrees with most that Chambers Bay is a sturdy test.Spieth said he feels good about his first half of the season and is ready to make it even better in the second half.
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