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Jordan Spieth Just Hit The Shot Of The Masters

Jordan Spieth following through with a swing.

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLORIDA - MAY 13: Jordan Spieth of the United States in action during the final round of THE PLAYERS Championship on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on May 13, 2018 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

Watch out, Patrick Reed. Jordan Spieth is coming. Mr. Under Armour is climbing up the leaderboard on the final day of The Masters. His recent holes have been ridiculous.

Spieth just hit what might have been the shot of the tournament so far (excluding Charley Hoffman's hole-in-1, of course). He stuck a shot from deep in the pine straw to about 10 feet.

It was ridiculous. You can watch it below.

Video: Jordan Spieth's insane shot on hole No. 13 at The Masters.

That should not be possible. It bears resemblance to that ridiculous shot Phil Mickelson hit on No. 13 a few years back.

Unfortunately for Jordan, he did not sink the eagle putt. So, he had to settle for a birdie.

That has Spieth at -12 for the tournament, two strokes back of the leader, Patrick Reed, who's at -14. There are still several birdie-able holes left for Spieth, though. He has time to climb up even more.

If he hits a couple of more shots like he did on No. 13, he'll be just fine. You can watch his finish on CBS.