A shaky back nine kept Spieth from having a historic week, but during several moments of the final round he still showed why he is poised to be golf's next superstar. He took the lead with a birdie on No. 2, then holed an improbable bunker shot at No. 4. He maintained the lead with a brilliant tee shot to a couple feet on No. 6 and showed guts when he got up-and-down for bogey after finding Rae's Creek on No. 12. Spieth couldn't win the Masters in his first try, but after this performance, it's safe to say he'll have a few more chances at a green jacket.
-- Alex MyersFollow: @AlexMyers3