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Justin Rose

The torture of Jordan Spieth's Masters collapse may live forever

Jordan Spieth's walk up the 18th hole took 10 minutes, 9 seconds. Tee to green. A drive, an approach, two putts and a textbook par.

But within the longest, cruelest 465-yard uphill climb of his life, the emptiness was still carving its way through.

Somehow, Spieth's final hole at Augusta National on Sunday evening in the final round of the Masters meant nothing.

Englishman Danny Willett was somewhere else on the grounds, celebrating indoors, a highly unlikely victor on a day that will forever be remembered for a historic collapse.

Fans who had mobbed around Augusta's 18th hole to witness a fantastic finish were instead stuffing their collapsible chairs back into...