We're now three and a half months into 2015, and one major championship into the golf season. Jordan Spieth, runner up a year ago, outlasted charges from major winners Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson, and Rory McIlroy to win his first green jacket (possibly one of many to come).
Spieth was dominant early on, and was able to coast to a record-tying final score of -18. He's the second-youngest Masters winner even, trailing only Tiger's 1997 victory, and he broke or tied just about every record his age didn't disqualify him from.
Woods himself joined in on the low scoring for a few days before Spieth dominance, and Tiger's own shoddy play on Sunday, knocked him out of contention.
We also take a look at great tournaments by Phil and Rory, a new limited edition shoe from Nike, bask in a bit of '90s nostalgia, and check in on old friend Anthony Kim.
Let's hit the links.