Jordan Spieth won his first major championship Sunday at the Masters.
He finished with a record-tying 18-under 270. At 21 years old, he's the second youngest champion in Masters history.
Spieth held off Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose, who both finished at 14-under. See all the scores on masters.com.
Spieth set a number of records, including the most birdies in one tournament (28), the lowest 54 hole score (-16), and the lowest 36 hole score (-14). He tied for the lowest 72 hole score at -18.
Last year's champion Bubba Watson presented Spieth with the green jacket.