Jordan Spieth had a fairly comfortable lead through most of the final round of the Masters, until he inexplicably blew the first few holes of Augusta’s back nine. After hitting four straight birdies, Spieth bogied on holes 10 and 11. Then he did, well, this on 12, which was a Par 3.

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That’s about the worst time to drop a quadruple bogey. As of publication, Spieth trails Danny Willett by three strokes with only five holes left to play.

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