April 13, 2014 AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- As the errant shots began to pile up, Jordan Spieth swung his club angrily and spewed his frustration out loud enough for everyone to hear.
Finally, after three brilliant days at the Masters, the kid showed his age.
A major championship will have to wait.
Looking to become the youngest major winner since the Depression, Spieth seemed to have a green jacket in his grasp Sunday when he led by two shots after seven holes. The 20-year-old Texan made one birdie from a bunker and rolled in one those testy downhill putts that are so often the mark of a Masters champion.
Spieth couldn't keep it going, however. He played the last 11 holes at 3-over par.
Bubba Watson pulled away for a three-stroke victory over Spieth and Jonas Blixt.
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