Matt Fitzpatrick impressed for 17 holes at the Masters but struggled at the last
Fitzpatrick impressed on only his second Masters appearance last year, finishing seventh, and led the competition this year after 17 holes, sitting on three under par.
However, a couple of wayward shots on the last saw him mark a six for what is nevertheless a very competitive score of one under par.
And the Yorkshireman reckons he'll be making sure no-one is anywhere near his ball flight if he ends up in another tight spot.
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"I tried to hit a low one and my low one is lower than everyone else's so I really could kill someone.
"I think we'll move those spectators back over the next few days if I have to do the same again.
"It wasn't a good start to the hole and then I hit the wrong club out of the bunker and made a couple of bad putts."
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Despite his problems on the 18th, Fitzpatrick will likely go into Friday within striking distance of the leaders after some excellent golf, playing alongside tournament favourite Jordan Spieth and two-time major champion Martin Kaymer.
And Fitzpatrick admitted that he was happy with his own performance, especially in the testing conditions.
"Up to that point I played really nicely and really solid," Fitzpatrick added.
Matt Fitzpatrick was wayward at the 18th
Matt Fitzpatrick was playing with Jordan Spieth at the Masters
"I didn't make too many mistakes and missed the holes in the right areas.
"It was difficult out there with how strong the wind is – it was swirling all the time. It's not easy.
"Everyone knows how amazing this place is.
"It's a fantastic golf course and when it's set up like this it's pretty tough.
"I much prefer playing difficult golf courses than easy ones."