BBC Sport reviews Jordan Spieth's Masters win at Augusta, a victory that saw the 21-year-old break several scoring records along the way.
Texan Spieth became the youngest player to lead the event after the first round, and his four-round total of 270 was the joint lowest in Masters history.
England's Justin Rose finished 14 under, joint second with three-time champion Phil Mickelson.
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