Jordan Spieth marches off in a quest to become the youngest Masters champion.
Fasten your seat belts, folks.
The five-hour ride Sunday afternoon could end with us watching history being made.
If you doubted him at all, hopefully the rounds of 71-70-70 posted by Jordan Spieth in the first three rounds of the Masters should have erased those. Playing on what is becoming more and more like those dry, hard and faster Augusta National layouts of old, Spieth handled himself just fine Saturday.
The young man, just 20 remember, hit 71.4 percent of the fairways and 75.9 percent of the greens in regulation Saturday.
Don't forget that earlier in the year, Spieth played with Tiger Woods and put up a 63.
He seems to be afraid of nothing and rarely gets rattled to the point of putting himself in danger on the scoreboard. "He's young," Bubba Watson said of Spieth, according to ESPN.com's Bob Harig. "Nerves are no big deal to him."
Sports Illustrated's Stephanie Wei added: "Jordan Spieth and Jonas Blixt are just the fifth and sixth players to open their Masters career w/3 consecutive sub-par rounds."