— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 11, 2016
The Golf Blog says: After the first nine, 54-hole leader and defending Masters champion Jordan Spieth opened up a 5-shot lead at 7-under. But, in a 30-minutes span, things unraveled. Jordan proceeded to bogey 10 and 11, and on the par 3 12th hole at Amen Corner, Jordan dunked 2 in the water for a quadruple bogey. Quite an implosion.
Spieth made a slight comeback but it was too little too late, finishing at 2-under par. Englishman Danny Willett won the Masters at -5, shooting a bogey-free 67 on Sunday.
Video of Jordan’s 12th hole is at 1:29 on the video above.