Cheers everyone!!!! @TheMasters @TeamISM @RyderCupEurope @EuropeanTour @Smartie13 @Nicolewillett88 #greenjacket pic.twitter.com/v4aBP8KOHo
— Danny Willett (@Danny_Willett) 11 avril 2016
The first European Masters champion in 17 years. 🖐🏼 pic.twitter.com/jRpMJwqRbd
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) 11 avril 2016
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Congratulations to Masters winner, Danny Willet. The first Englishman to win it since Sir Nick Faldo. pic.twitter.com/qFtzPSyttt
— Premier League (@EPLBible) 10 avril 2016
The agony of Jordan Spieth admitted the ecstasy of Danny Willett. One hour which surely imposed psychological scarring on the 22-year-old Texan shaped a path for Willett to etch his name into the record books. That a 28-year-old vicar’s son from Rotherham walked it without so much as a wobble is worthy of immense credit.
Jordan Spieth loses his Masters title at Amen Corner
More importantly for Willett, Masters champion, it befits winning a Green Jacket. The cruelty element is that Spieth was obliged to present it to him.
This fairytale began on 30 March, when Willett became a father. Owing to that unpredictable but impending circumstance there had been a question mark as to whether or not he would even take part in this tournament. Less than a fortnight after the arrival of baby Zachariah James, daddy was at the epicentre of one of the most jaw-droppingly exciting afternoons in Masters history. Bare statistics of Willett’s final-round 67, five-under total and three-shot win belie exceptional stuff.
Congratulations to Danny Willett, your 2016 Masters champion! pic.twitter.com/I0kaxIq5n6
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) 10 avril 2016
Danny Willett is the Masters champion! ️⛳️ pic.twitter.com/xrltXWbr7G
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) 10 avril 2016