'Nervy' Jordan Spieth in a "great position" at the Masters

Jordan Spieth plays a shot from the bunker on April 03, 2014.
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Jordan Spieth, who is the second-youngest Major leader after 54 holes since 1945, admits that he is in a "great position" going in to the final day of the Masters.

American youngster Jordan Spieth had admitted that he is in a "great position" going into the final day of the Masters at Augusta.

The 20-year-old is tied for the lead with compatriot Bubba Watson on five under after carding a third round of 70 on Saturday.

Spieth told reporters: "I've never had a round where I've been nervous on every single swing, shot, and putt.

"I'm sure that will happen [on Sunday], but hopefully I can channel it positively and stay grounded, stay cool, and see what happens.

"I'm in a great position, a position I haven't been in before but I'm excited about it. This is a place I've always dreamed about. It's kind of heaven on Earth for me."

Spieth is the second-youngest Major leader after 54 holes since 1945.

Bubba Watson plays a shot on 13th hole the during the first round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale on January 30, 2014
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