This is actually the shot Mickelson hit at 13 seven years back that basically clinched him his third eco-friendly jacket:
Which is the shot Spieth hit at 13 on Saturday:
A bogey at 16 moved Spieth to 4-under, where he finished. That left him two strokes behind Hoffman.
A tap-in birdie at 15 managed to get 5-under, one back along with a hell of the lengthy way where he sitting Thursday evening after a dent-round 75 left him 10 strokes behind Hoffman.
Like Mickelson seven years back, Spieth missed the putt for bald eagle but did tap set for birdie. Spieth began your day at even componen, four strokes back from the lead. The birdie at 13 put him at 4-under during the day as well as in a tie for second, just two strokes back of Charley Hoffman.
As you can tell, the 2 were very nearly within the same position:
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Phil Mickelson’s second shot at 13 throughout the final round from the 2010 Masters is considered among the finest in tournament history. Saturday, Jordan Spieth hit nearly exactly the same shot throughout his rise the leaderboard which has vaulted him completely to second place.