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Masters final leaderboard (US unless stated)-5 D Willett (Eng) -2 L Westwood (Eng), J Spieth; -1 P Casey (Eng), JB Holmes, D Johnson; Level M Fitzpatrick (Eng), S Kjeldsen (Den), J Day (Aus), H Matsuyama (Jpn)Selected others: +1 J Rose (Eng), R McIlroy (NI)Full leaderboard
Danny Willett shot a superb five-under-par 67 to take advantage of Jordan Spieth’s capitulation and win the Masters after a thrilling final round.
The Englishman claimed his maiden major by three shots to become the first Briton to win the Masters for 20 years.
Defending champion and overnight leader Spieth, 22, led by five shots as he approached the 10th at Augusta, but then dropped six shots in three holes.
The American ended with a one-over 73, tying for second with Lee Westwood.
Westwood, another Englishman, carded a three-under 69 on the final day to earn his second Masters runners-up finish.
But Spieth will be left ruing a remarkable collapse on the iconic par-three 12th, twice finding the water in front of the green to eventually card a quadruple bogey.
That catapulted Willett, 28, into the outright lead – one that he would not relinquish.
The world number 12, playing three groups ahead of Spieth, received a standing ovation as he walked towards the 18th green, on the verge of emulating fellow Englishman Nick Faldo in 1996.
Spieth was also given a sympathetic reception as trudged towards the clubhouse about 30 minutes later, but it was no consolation for the emotional two-time major winner.
More to follow.
Source:: BBC world news feed