On the 20th anniversary of one of the greatest collapses in tournament history, Danny Willett tied for the day's low round and took advantage of defending champion Jordan Spieth's back-nine blunders to win the 80th Masters Tournament.
Jordan Spieth goes for a second consecutive green jacket in Sunday's final round with a wide range of contenders on his heels, including 58-year-old two-time Masters Tournament champion Bernhard Langer.
They're still chasing Jordan Spieth. But this time, it's a real race. The defending champion struggled after what he called a "dream start" of 2-under through three holes to shoot 2-over-par 74 on Friday in a brutal second round.
Tom Watson, who opened with 2-over-par 74 in his final Masters, was paying tribute to his late caddie Bruce Edwards, who died the morning of the first round of the 2004 Masters from ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Jason Day, playing in just his sixth Masters, has already been in Sunday battles where he had a shot at winning. If he's there again this year, he hopes he'll be up against some of his fellow pre-tournament favorites because he "thrives off that competitiveness," he said.
Vaughn Taylor said missed cuts and poor play on the PGA Tour and then the Web.com Tour would have "probably" driven him out of the game, if not for the support of his wife of nearly five years, Leot, and the birth of their son Locklyn, now 2.
Vaughn Taylor returned to Augusta National last year as a spectator.
He took his wife, Leot, and their son, Locklyn, to a practice round.
"Just to take him out there and let him run around, and my wife had never been there," Taylor said.
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