Jordan Spieth reacts after putting for birdie on the 15th green during the final round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions at the Plantation Course at Kapalua Golf Club on January 10, 2016 in Lahaina, Hawaii. Sam Greenwood/Getty Images/AFP
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Jordan Spieth went on Twitter in the final hour of 2015 to say, "Would rather this year not end".Coming off a blockbuster year including the Masters, U.S. Open, five victories and the FedEx Cup, Spieth delivered a statement Sunday in the Hyundai Tournament of Champions by crushing the winners-only field at Kapalua for an eight-shot win.Spieth, playing smart with a big lead on the back nine, finished at 30-under 262 .Brooks Koepka played with Spieth in the final round and started five shots behind.Then, Spieth rolled in a 35-foot birdie putt.Defending champion Patrick Reed had three birdies in five holes, and he pulled within three shots with a birdie at No. 9 . The next time he saw a leaderboard, Spieth was five shots in front and the gap only got bigger from there.
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