Jordan Spieth had his magic back and then some today, shooting a 30 on the back nine to win at the venerable Colonial course in Fort Worth. The latest official corporate name for the event is the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial. Spieth made one long-range putt after another, mixed with great iron shots and an amazing chip-in on 17. This is a big win for Jordan. It's his first in his native Texas, and his 8th overall. He surpassed Tiger Woods, who won 7 PGA events before the age of 23; Jordan doesn't turn 23 until late July. It goes a long way toward putting his failure at The Masters in the rearview mirror. And Rabbi Lerner and friends have been a little too eager of late to anoint the "exotic" Jason Day as a player much better than Spieth and Rory McIlroy. Day has been on a tear, but it's still a "big three" and this win by Jordan puts it back in the proper perspective.