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Rookie Jordan Spieth finished seventh in the FedEx Cup playoffs.
We expect good performances from Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and even a veteran like Henrik Stenson.
What Jordan Spieth has accomplished this season on the PGA Tour is beyond impressive.
It is historic.
Only one player in recent memory has risen to the top of the PGA Tour as rapidly as Spieth and his initials are TW.
Spieth fresh out of the University of Texas began 2013 with no status on any professional tour.
He finished runner-up in Puerto Rico, parlayed that into a T-7 the next week in Tampa and earned a Special Temporary PGA Tour Exemption which allowed him unlimited sponsor's exemptions for 2013.
A T-9 at Hilton Head, T-7 at Colonial and a sixth-place finish at Congressional earned him $1.2 million and a lot of attention from the golf media.
He broke into the winners circle at the John Deere Classic and earned his PGA Tour card plus a two-year exemption.
His most impressive year did not stop there, however.
He got another runner-up at the Wyndham and entered the FedEx Cup playoffs at No. 8 in the standings.
You can't make this stuff up and it does not only happen in the movies.
Spieth posted a T-4 at the Deutsche Bank and was runner-up to Stenson at the Tour Championship.
He finishes the season tied with Brandt, Snedeker and Bill Haas for the most top-10 finishes with nine.
He won another $2.6 million in the playoffs, finished No. 7 overall and got an invite from Fred Couples to be on the Presidents Cup team.
Did I happen to mention, he is only 20 years old.
This is the stuff Hollywood only dreams of. Very Impressive, indeed.