It's been no secret over the past 2+ years that Jordan Spieth was an emerging star on the PGA tour. It's starting to look more like emerging legend. The 23 year-old Texan secured his third major; only the all time legend Jack Nicklaus completed three sooner. Although he led for most of the weekend, it was how he finished the back nine that cemented his legacy. After a shaky 13th hole in which he took a 1-stroke penalty on an awful tee shot but still made bogey, he coughed up the lead to playing partner and fellow American Matt Kuchar. From there it was lights out. 14 - 17, he went birdie, eagle, birdie, birdie knocking down putts of 4', 50', 30', and 7'. He had an easy par on 18 with his three shot victory secure. Just two weeks until the PGA Championship, a tournament in which Spieth will be a heavy favorite. He is the Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week.