The 2015 Masters marked a record-breaking golf performance by Jordan Spieth.
The 21-year-old, who played golf at the University of Texas, closed the final round with a four-shot lead.
With Tiger Woods being the first in 1997, Spieth became the second youngest player to win at Augusta with his 28th birdie at the 15th hole. He also became the first player to reach 19 under par at the Masters.
Spieth was able to break another record on Friday with a halfway total of 14 under par. The previous record was set by Ray Floyd in 1976.
Woods, still trying to make a comeback from injury, had a good showing shooting a 5-under. However, this tournament belonged to Spieth.
Justin Rose and Mickelson finished tied for second place.