Jordan Spieth is still 21 years old, a fact both tantalizing and cruel when you consider just how close he came to winning his third major in three tries this year.

On the one hand, Spieth falling just short at the British Open should make us all wonder just what this golfer might accomplish in the next two decades if he has already done this much.

On the other hand, golf is such a cruel game of luck, emotion and circumstance that it is not naive to think Spieth’s best chance at the nearly unthinkable — completing the Grand Slam — has already come and gone at such a young age.

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Maybe not too old: British Open champ Zach Johnson is 39, and is only two months younger than Tiger Woods.