Spieth became the youngest player since Bob Jones in 1923 to win the U.S. Open with his one-stroke victory in 2015 at Chambers Bay. The win made him the sixth player to win the U.S. Open and Masters in the same year. Earlier in 2015, he became the second-youngest Masters champion behind Tiger Woods with a four-stroke victory at Augusta National; his 18-under total of 270 tying Woods's 72-hole scoring record. Spieth claimed his third major, the 2017 Open Championship with his remarkable second-nine performance on Sunday at Royal Birkdale. He is the only player other than Woods to win multiple U.S. Junior Amateur titles (2009, 2011). When he claimed the 2017 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, he joined Woods as the only golfers in the post-World War II era to achieve nine PGA Tour titles before turning 24. In April 2021, Spieth ended a four-year victory drought when he won the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio, and then won again the following April at the RBC Heritage in a playoff over Patrick Cantlay to give him victories on back-to-back Easter Sundays. Spieth was low amateur in the 2012 U.S. Open following his freshman year at the University of Texas. He was a member of the 2013, 2015, 2017 and 2022 U.S. Presidents Cup and the 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2021 Ryder Cup teams. As an amateur, he was a member of the 2011 USA Walker Cup Team.