Jordan Spieth watches his tee shot on the 10th hole during the third round of the U.S. Open golf tournament at Chambers Bay on Saturday, June 20, 2015 in University Place, Wash. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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The second for Jordan Spieth came Sunday night with a bit more difficulty. Had Dustin Johnson been a little more steady with the putter on the final green Sunday, they might still be playing for the U.S. Open trophy.The last player who did things like Spieth was named Tiger Woods, which seems so long ago.Spieth has a chance to do what even Woods couldn't and win all four of golf's major tournaments in one year.Woods didn't even make it to the weekend in yet another display of how humbling golf can be.It was Spieth who salvaged this Open, making it one to remember for all the right reasons instead of the wrong. His 3-wood to the 18th green Sunday was the kind of shot that will live in Open lore, even if Spieth didn't make the eagle putt and even if he had to rely on Johnson 3-putting from 12 feet to seal the deal.It was the kind of thing Woods used to say, then go out and beat everyone anyway. It didn't seem possible another player of that caliber would come along in his time, but here Spieth is at the age of 21 brimming with confidence as the British Open at St. Andrews approaches and the possibility of a Grand Slam looms.
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