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  • Reed criticized Furyk's manner of making pairings and, more specifically, his decision to break up the previously successful Reed-Jordan Spieth pairing.Jim Furyk-Wikipedia
  • In 2015, Jordan Spieth became another American to arrive having already won the year's Masters and U.S. Open tournaments.The Open Championship-Wikipedia
  • Watson won the 2014 Masters by three strokes over Jordan Spieth and Jonas Blixt, his second Masters title in three years and the sixth for a left-hander in 12 years.Masters Tournament-Wikipedia
  • At the Masters, Mickelson shot rounds of 70-68-67-69 to finish tied for second with Justin Rose, four shots behind champion Jordan Spieth.Phil Mickelson-Wikipedia
  • At the 2016 Masters, McIlroy was in the final group in the third round alongside Jordan Spieth but faltered to a birdie-free five-over-par 77 and followed that up with a one-under-par 71 on Sunday to finish T10.Rory McIlroy-Wikipedia
  • A feat that has since been achieved by Rory McIlroy in 2014, winning the Open Championship and PGA Championship, as well as Jordan Spieth who won the Masters and the U.S. Open in 2015.Pádraig Harrington-Wikipedia

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