Timeline of Willett's Masters win

AUGUSTA, Georgia (Reuters) - Approximate timeline for the key holes during Jordan Spieth's back nine collapse at Augusta National that contributed to Danny Willett's Masters victory on Sunday. 5:05 p.m. (2105 GMT) – Spieth reaches the turn at seven-under-par with a five-shot shot lead over Willett, who is on 12, three groups ahead of the final pairing. 5:35 p.m. (2105 GMT) – After an errant tee shot at 11, Spieth makes back-to-back bogeys to open the back nine. Willett closes to within two shots with a two-putt birdie at 13, followed by another birdie at 14. 5:48 p.m. (2148 GMT) – Spieth hits two shots in Rae's Creek en route to a quadruple bogey at 12. Willett follows up a birdie at 14 with a par at 15. He now has a three-shot lead over Spieth and one over Westwood, who eagles 15 with a chip-in from behind the green. 6:04 p.m. (2204 (GMT) – Spieth battles back with a birdie at 13, but Willett matches him with a seven-foot birdie putt at 16. Westwood three-putts 16 to drop three behind his fellow countryman. 6:31 p.m. (2231 GMT) – Willett two-putts from 14 feet for a closing par to finish at five-under. Spieth is on 16, two shots back of the leader. But his par-bogey-par finish comes up three strokes shy and as he shares second place with Westwood. (Compiled by Steve Keating/Tim Wharnsby. Editing by Steve Keating/Mark Lamport-Stokes)