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Danny Willett's Brother Live-Tweeted The Masters Finale And It Was A Roller-Coaster Of Emotions

Danny Willett's Brother Live-Tweeted The Masters Finale And It Was A Roller-Coaster Of Emotions
By Gavan Casey

What a moment for Danny Willett.

The Masters lived up to its reputation as the Grand National of golf on the last day, as as pre-round favourite Jordan Speith fell at the final fence, with relatively unheralded Englishman Willett holding his nerve to finish on five-under-par and don the green jacket in his stead.

It was Amen Corner which caught Spieth as it did McIlroy in 2011 and countless others before them, but it was Willett whose prayers were answered as the 28-year-old Sheffield native realised a dream.

It's not as if there was any pressure on him...

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But if you thought the Masters finale was entertaining, you wouldn't believe the scenes on the Twitter account of Willett's brother, who - with no shortage of barbs - tweeted what amounted to an emotional roller-coaster as Danny battled over the line at Augusta.

Take a bow, PJ Willett - your boy did it:

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