Could Jordan Spieth's Masters capitulation affect his game down the line?

BBC's Andrew Cotter chats to Off The Ball as the American's slip saw Danny Willett win

Danny Willett, Jordan Spieth

Defending champion Jordan Spieth, left, helps 2016 Masters champion Danny Willett, of England, put on his green jacket following the final round of the Masters golf tournament Sunday, April 10, 2016, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

For much of the Masters, the smart money was on Jordan Spieth to win the green jacket again for a second year running.

Alas the Gods of golf were not shining on the American as he endured a late collapse and England's Danny Willett won his first major.

"This will scar him," says Andrew Cotter of the BBC of Spieth as he joined Off The Ball tonight.

"He is strong and he will certainly come back. I wouldn't bet against him winning another major. I think he'll come back fine. It's just, you saw him afterwards and he was a broken man afterwards. He was nearly in tears in the interview and he was telling the camera to get out of his face as he walked up to the scorer's hut."