— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 10, 2015
Jordan Spieth has been playing out of his mind in the first two rounds of the Masters. Spieth currently sits at a ridiculous 14-under 130, which is a new Masters record. The 130 is one better than that of Raymond Floyd’s who originally held the record. Thanks to the Masters official Twitter account you can now check out the entire round in under three minutes.
You can check out the latest leaderboard HERE courtesy of Golf.com.