'Crying Jordan Spieth' puts green jacket on Danny Willett

Danny Willett Wins 2016 Masters

Jordan Spieth's collapse in the Masters is going to be hard to shake off. They always say that the Masters don't start until the back nine on Sunday, and that's when Spieth went from being five strokes ahead to four strokes behind. But the hardest moment for him had to have been when he handed off the green jacket to Danny Willett.

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It was hard enough for him to stomach, but someone had to make him do it as "Crying Jordan" Spieth:

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Of course, the Internet will have fun at Spieth's expense for the next couple of days, but he's too good to disappear completely after this. He will bounce back, possibly as soon as the next Major.

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The Masters is usually a tournament where nobodies become somebodies, but unfortunately for Danny Willett, this tournament will only be remembered because of Spieth, and potentially those hole-in-ones. While winning the Masters is always a big accomplishment, Willett will want to win again to prove that he's no one-hit wonder and a by-product of a disastrous fluke.

Look for him to be on a lot of peoples' radars by the time the U.S. Open rolls around.

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