The carnage of Jordan Spieth’s collapse and the fortitude Danny Willett showed on the back nine of the Masters last April made for scintillating viewing, although for a moment of sheer golf madness – in a good, although freakish way – nothing topped Louis Oosthuizen’s ace at the 16th hole.
He’s drifted out to No.184 in the world ranking but 2015 Australian Open champion Matt Jones still owns one of the best moments in Shell Houston Open history courtesy of his finish to the 2014 tournament.
Only one World Golf Championship had eluded Dustin Johnson to this point in his career, but he erased that omission in his CV with a 1-up victory over a gallant Jon Rahm to claim the WGC–Dell Technologies Match Play in Texas.
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Fear not, normal service has resumed. Jordan Spieth snapped a nine-month winless streak on the US PGA Tour with a controlled display to take out the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am by four strokes in California.