Some may remember this year’s Masters for Jordan Spieth’s bogey-bogey-quadruple bogey run that took him from four under on the day to two over after making the turn on Sunday, but Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member and former PGA Tour player Richard Zokol says don’t discount the bogey-free 67 posted by champion Danny Willett.
As for Spieth, Zokol says adversity is all a part of building a champion and predicts he will bounce back, just as Rory McIlroy did when he went through a Masters meltdown in 2011 only to win the U.S. Open just a couple of months later.
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