Jordan Spieth departed the Masters for the second straight Sunday having deposited a ball in the water at Augusta National’s 12th hole. Rickie Fowler had to endure that sinking feeling of allowing a golden opportunity to win his first major drown in imperfection.
We've seen some awesome celebrations the past couple years at the 16th hole, where aces have come in abundance in the recent final rounds at the Masters. Matt Kuchar's on Sunday at the 2017 Masters is right up there with the best.
Rickie Fowler ”loves” the way it’s going in this Masters. The week has been “nice.” It’s so “cool” that Augusta National demands “imagination and creativity”. He’s “enjoying” everything because it’s all “great”. Such a “blast”, dudes.