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Danny Willett has told ITV News he is looking forward to spending time with his wife and new baby boy, after touching down at Manchester airport following his dramatic US Masters triumph.
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The Sheffield-born golfer is the first Englishman to win the coveted green jacket for 20 years - and only the second to do so.
Danny Willett said his success may change things "a little bit" in normal walks of life.
US Masters champion Danny Willett has said he is looking forward to spending time with his family - including changing nappies - after returning to the UK.
Willett - the first Englishman to claim the green jacket since Nick Faldo in 1996 - returned home on Tuesday and said he hopes he will be able to keep some normality in his life despite his new-found fame.
The 28-year-old from Sheffield said it had been a "tough week" being away from his wife and newborn son and he was "really looking forward to getting back".
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Defending champion Jordan Spieth admitted he would struggle to forget how his poor finish had left the destiny of the 80th Masters up in the air.
Spieth held a four-shot lead with two holes to play on a windswept day at Augusta National, but bogeyed the 17th and double bogeyed the 18th after wild drives to card a 73 and finish three under par, just a shot ahead of fellow American Smylie Kaufman.
''I just have to absolutely throw it away, the finish to this round, pretend it's a new round, everyone is tied and you have to shoot the best score to win," said Spieth, who is aiming to become the fourth player after Jack Nicklaus, Sir Nick Faldo and Tiger Woods to win back-to-back titles.
"(I have to) understand it's the position I wanted to be in after 54 holes and not think about the finish to this round.' It's going to be very difficult. I played the last three holes, the last two days, five over par. There was no challenge in those holes really.
"If I'm at five, six under, that certainly brings anyone who is over par almost out of the tournament. And now with very little wind (on Sunday), someone gets on a run and shoots six, seven under, I know I have to shoot a significant under par round in order to win this tournament, when I could have played a different style of golf like I did on Sunday last year."
Asked how he would clear his head, Spieth joked: "Probably go break something really quick, have dinner and watch a movie. I think it will be tough personally. That wasn't a fun last couple holes to play from the position I was in."