By Justin Udo

NARBERTH, Pa. (CBS) — 21-year-old Jordan Spieth took home one of golf’s top prizes last weekend when he won the Masters in Augusta Georgia.

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Last Sunday when Jordan won at Augusta, his uncle Stow Spieth was on the course witnessing the remarkable feat.

“I haven’t had this smile off my face, it’s pretty amazing, pretty amazing,” he says.

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Stow, a bartender at the Great American Pub in Narberth says Jordan has always been an exceptional athlete.

“There’s more memories of playing all different types with him since our family is pretty athletic and have been in sports for a long time,” he says.

Stow says the week in Augusta gave him some great memories that he will not soon forget. “I had the opportunity to caddy for him in the par three contest Wednesday,” he says.

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So what does Stow think is next for Jordan? “That was one of his lifelong goals in life, so we might have to reassess and go from there.”