There were disappointments, but Jordan Spieth proved he's a big-time player at age 20.
Driving: The kid did a lot of things right in his first Masters, something that didn't necessarily surprise a lot of people. Spieth hit 70.9 percent of his fairways, and that's always a key to success. Especially under the pressure of Sunday afternoon at Augusta, he drove the ball well.
Iron play: He wasn't always thrilled with how he it his irons Sunday, but how does hitting 73.1 percent of the greens in regulation sound for a 20-year-old in his first Masters? He made mistakes, including a big one on the eighth hole that led to a bogey, but overall he was outstanding.
Putting: On Sunday, he putted very well, which helped him jump into the lead. But as the round went on and he started to press, the putts kept falling, and that's the reason he didn't win. He averaged 2.3 putts per greens in regulation.
Overall: Spieth made it official Sunday at the Masters. He is for real and is not going anywhere. He knows how to win, he knows how to get into position to win, and the next time he's in that position, he'll have his great performance in the Masters to draw from.