Jordan Spieth: Where does he go after epic Masters Lost?

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A professional golf player Jordan Spieth sailed just along the second acts of one of the greatest years in golf history until a lost struck him hard.

Spieth will have to erase the memory his splashdown No.12 a quadruple-bogey 7 that also included two water balls and then turned one-time-five shot lead into a three-shot deficit to the eventual champion, stated Danny Willett an English professional Golf Player.

Spieth will also have to clear all the bad thoughts out of his head. Over the weekend, he played 31 holes of good-to-great golf and put himself in a position for a second green jacket at the tender age of 22. Those other five great holes were 17 and 18 on Saturday, then 10, 11 and 12 on Sunday. He went a cumulative 9 over on those and had bad swing thoughts he simply couldn’t overcome, stated

My Confidence going into the first hole was fantastic,’’ said Spieth, who made four straight birdies to hit the turn at 7 under, in the lead by five strokes. “But listen, I Had my ‘B-minus’ game tee to green. Ultimately, you have your ‘A’  game every single part, and I  just didn’t have those iron swings, as it showed on the back nine.”

Willett earned the honor by shooting a bogey-free round at 67 that left him three ahead of Spieth and Lee Westwood. Willett finished at 5-under 283.

“The wheels kind of came off the last…holes on Saturday,” said Spieth, who brought his coach, Cameron McCormick, back into augusta for a quick tuneup before tee in the final round.