Jordan Spieth found the water on No. 12 Sunday off the tee at the Masters for the second straight year.
It was a mini-replay of his 2016 calamity but not quite as destructive. Last year, he hit the water twice on his way to a quadruple-bogey 7 and blew a five-shot lead.
This time, he wasn’t in the lead, but the hole sunk any chance he had at a green jacket this time.
Twitter struck with a vengeance.