"Lack of discipline."
"A really tough 30 minutes for me I hope I never experience again."
Only one other time in golf history have we possibly experienced a meltdown by a final-nine leader in a major similar to the one Spieth suffered at Augusta National's 12th hole Sunday afternoon.
It's a name to make every golfer who has ever so much as clanged one against the windmill at the local miniature golf course wince: Jean van de Velde. And even van de Velde's collapse on the 18th hole at Carnoustie in the 1999 British Open's final round only delivered a triple bogey that forced him into a playoff he lost to Paul Lawrie.