Masters 2018: Jordan Spieth converts massive birdie putt at 16 for share of lead

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Jordan Spieth began the final round of the Masters nine shots behind leader Patrick Reed.

But when Spieth converted this long birdie putt at the par-3 16th and Reed missed a 5-foot birdie try at No. 13, the two were suddenly tied at 14 under.

That putt got Spieth to 9 under for the day.

The largest 54-hole deficit overcome in Masters history was eight strokes. That happened when Jackie Burke Jr. defeated Ken Venturi by one stroke in 1956.

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