4TH ROUND AT A GLANCE
WINNER: Jordan Spieth, who shot a final-round 70 to win by four shots at 18-under 270.
JUST BEHIND: Three-time winner Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose tied for second.
WHERE’S TIGER? Tiger Woods finished 13 shots back after a finalround 73 to finish at five under.
NOTEWORTHY: At age 21, Spieth is the second youngest to win the Masters. Woods was five months younger when he won in 1997.
KEY STAT: Spieth made 28 birdies to set a new Masters record. The old record was 25 birdies set by Mickelson in 2001.
BIG LEAD: Spieth, after shooting an opening 64, led by at least three shots the rest of the tournament. Big money: Spieth made $1.8 million out of a Masters purse that totaled $10 million.
NOBODY THREATENED Jordan Spieth, the first champion since 1941 to lead by at least three shots from the end of the first round through the 72nd hole. Justin Rose, right, tied for second, four back.