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Spieth gets back into the swing of things just in time for Masters

‘A lot of tough days’: Jordan Spieth ends long journey back to the winner’s circle in Texas

Reuters

Jordan Spieth’s long journey between trophy presentations ended on Sunday not all that far from home, with a two-shot victory in the Valero Texas Open at San Antonio.

The Dallas native last won at the Open Championship in England in 2017. He capped off a nearly four-year run between titles by shooting six-under-par 66 in the final round and finishing 18 under 270 for the tournament at the TPC San Antonio AT&T Oaks Course.

Charlie Hoffman finished in second place at 16 under, shooting an identical six-under 66 on Sunday. England’s Matt Wallace (70) resided in third place at 14 under, while Lucas Glover (66) finished in fourth place at 12 under and India’s Anirban Lahiri (69) settled for fifth place at 10 under...

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