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Women on Twitter Are Throwing Themselves at Masters Winner Jordan Spieth

Wonder what his girlfriend Annie Verret has to say about that

Jordan Spieth smashed his way to victory to become the second-youngest player to win the Masters at Augusta on Sunday, and his stellar performance has caught the eye of more than a few fans on social media.

Since his big win, the 21-year-old has received declarations of love from admirers on Twitter vying to be his girlfriend.

But to the dismay of many eager women, Spieth does in fact have a girlfriend — his high school sweetheart and business student Annie Verret, who was there to celebrate her golfing beau’s first major title.

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