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Jordan Spieth ends four-year PGA Tour drought on eve of Masters

After a 1,351-day, near four-year wait, Jordan Spieth is finally a winner again. The American ended his infamous barren run – which stretched all the way back to the 2017 Open – with a two-shot victory at the Valero Texas Open. That the 27-year-old’s comeback win was achieved in his home state only added to the excitement at TPC San Antonio, as, of course, did the fact that Spieth’s next assignment is the Masters, where he has a win and two runners-up finishes to his ever so popular name. Augusta 2021 just became that much more alluring. Masters 2021: What time does it start, how can I watch and what are the odds? “It’s been a long road, there were a lot of times when I wasn’t sure I’d be here talking to you again , wasn’t sure I’d be back,” Spieth said after a 66 for a 17-under total beat fellow countryman Charley Hoffman. “This is a monumental win for me.”