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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The 2016 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club is just under a week away and as we march towards a tradition unlike any other, the field looks more interesting than ever.
Tiger Is Out
Four-time Masters champion and fan favorite Tiger Woods announced Friday he will not be participating the 2016 Masters tournament. Woods has undergone two back surgeries in nine months and has not played competitively since August.
In a statement on his website, Woods stated he did not feel “physically ready” for the competition.
Despite his recent struggles, Woods’ status as fan and media favorite alike always brings a buzz to tournaments. Woods’ absence from the Masters will be noticed, the first in several years fans won’t be seeing Tiger’s classic championship Sunday red polo.
Jordan Spieth’s Youthful Dominance
Reigning Masters champion and fan favorite Jordan Spieth will look to not only defend his 2015 green jacket, but also looks to build upon his momentum created in 2015. Spieth hadn’t cracked the top 10 of the official World Golf Rankings until last year, surging to 1st overall before recently dropping to 2nd behind Jason Day.
Every year, a sleeper seems to emerge from the ranks to contest a fan favorite or proven world #1. And sometimes, like Zach Johnson in 2007, they come out on top a Masters champion. Who will play the role of spoiler in 2016 remains to be seen.
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The first ever Bullseye Saturday Night Live is coming to the 2016 Masters tournament in the sunny, rolling hills of Augusta, Georgia!
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Starting with the practice rounds on Wednesday, Bullseye will be hosting the first ever Gate 6 Hospitality tent just minutes from Augusta National. The hospitality tent will be available from 7 a.m. ET to one-hour following close of the Masters, Wednesday through Sunday.
The one-of-a-kind Bullseye Saturday Night Live at the Masters will be the place to wind down from the first three rounds of action, while simultaneously gearing up for the final 18 of Masters Championship Sunday.
On Saturday, April 9 from 7-9 p.m. ET, the first ever Bullseye Saturday Night Live at the Masters will feature a Q & A session, hosted by professional golfer and fan-favorite John Daly. Daly will be on hand to tell stories of his time on the Tour, as well as take questions that any of our VIP guests might have.
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