While this blog is meant to cover sports in Miami primarily, this week it was nearly impossible to ignore the performance of 21 year old Jordan Spieth in his first major win, at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia. The golf world was in awe as the sensation toyed with the most prestigious course in the world, tying for the best finish in Masters History at 18 under par, holding off proving winners, such as Phil Mickelson and Rory Mcilroy. While many marveled at the maturity and composure of the phenom, others drew parallels to a young Tiger Woods. In 1997, Tiger blew past the field, cruising to a 12 shot victory at Augusta. Although Jordan might draw comparisons to Tiger through his aggressive play, Spieth has an undeniably different personality, remaining calm on the course, unlike the fiery Woods. He credits his determination for success to his sister, Ellie, who is diagnosed with Autism. "I miss her a lot, and I wish she could have been here," he said in a CNN interview. "But I can't wait to get back to her and maybe let her try on the jacket." That is the green jacket, the prize for winning the Masters, which includes a membership to Augusta National and more importantly, being included along with the greats, such as Arnold Palmer(4), Jack Nicklaus(6), Gary Player(3),and, of course, Tiger Woods(4).As Jordan sank his final putt on the 18th hole to win the 79th Masters Tournament, his name became etched in the history books, becoming the number two player in the world at the age, in which most Americans would be seniors in college.