AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — A brief look at the final round Sunday of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.

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 final-round 73 to finish at 5 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.