Danny Willett of England is your 2016 Masters Champion.
After leading the tournament for 65 holes, defending champion Jordan Spieth took a quadruple-bogey seven on the 12th hole on Sunday to surrender top spot for the first time in two years, allowing Willett to move into first place.
With his eye on the green jacket in just his second Masters tournament, Willett stayed calm and collected as he headed towards the clubhouse at Augusta National, finishing the day with a 67 to give him five under par for the tournament.
The 28-year-old collects his first Major win at a tournament he wasn't even expecting to attend. His wife was scheduled to give birth on April 10, but went into labour early, allowing Willett the opportunity to travel to Georgia—and win a $1.8 million purse.
Spieth finished the tournament tied for second with Lee Westwood at two under par.
Both Rory McIlroy, seeking his career Grand Slam, and World No. 1 Jason Day settled for a one-over week and a tie for 10th place.