Championship Sunday has come and gone, and another year at the Masters did not disappoint. We recap all of the action from Augusta.
After leading for three and a half rounds into The Masters, world number two and defending Masters champion had a complete meltdown on the 12th hole of the final round on championship Sunday.
Coming up with a quadruple bogey on the 12th hole par-3, Spieth went from being the eventual-champion to being tied for fourth and fighting for his chance to compete in the final five holes.
Spieth’s Masters ended at T-2.
Willett A Winner
The beneficiary of Spieth’s meltdown on the 12th hole was Danny Willett, the world golf ranked #12 golfer from England.
Willett had been on a roll already, but following Spieth’s flounders, Willett went into the clubhouse with a three-stroke lead and never fell below winning his first green jacket.
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