15 Things You Should Know About Danny Willett\nHow familiar are you with the newest owner of the green jacket? Here are a few things you should know about the 2016 Masters champ.\nWhen Danny's wife, Nicole, was pregnant, her original due date was April 10, Masters Sunday. Luckily for Danny, Nicole delivered a healthy son on March 29, allowing Willett to stay in the Masters field.\n"We used to go to Anglesey to play a par-3 course in the middle of a sheep field," he told reporters in 2015. "You skip it forward 17 years and you've got an invite to the Masters. It's just a bit crazy really."\nWillett reached this ranking in 2008, holding the top spot for 12 weeks. When he turned pro, Rickie Fowler claimed the No. 1 amateur distinction.\nWillett's father couldn't make it to the 2015 British Open to watch him play because he was scheduled to conduct a baptism.\nThe program helps transition kids from junior golf to adult courses. And here's the best part: The group is called "The Wee Willetts."\nThe problem has resulted in numerous withdrawals from tournaments. “It’s an ongoing thing and is sometimes not great,” he said after his Masters win. “When it’s cold, I struggle. ... I have to watch myself. I can practice as much as I want most of the time. But I have to make sure I move correctly and do all the stretches both before and after. I have to stay loose."\nThat would be Alfie Allen, who's appeared in movies like "John Wick" and "Atonement," but is best known for his Theon Greyjoy character in HBO's "Game of Thrones."\nHe knocked off Marcus Fraser on the fourth sudden-death hole with a par, claiming the 2012 BMW International Open.\nAlso on the Great Britain & Ireland team was Rory McIlroy. The American squad would win the match at Royal County Down.\nDuring the final round of the Masters, P.J.'s Twitter feed was filled with hysterical observations and rants. As many commentators noted after Willett's win at Augusta, "Danny may have won the green jacket, but his brother 'won' Twitter."\nWillett made 1st-Team Ohio Valley Conference twice during his time at the school located in Jacksonville, Ala.\nThe first? Nick Faldo, who won the tournament three times.\nHis Twitter bio reads "Father to Spike," a reference to his pug. Willett has stated his favorite passion outside of golf is walking his dog.\nDespite ranking 12th in the world, many gambling books listed Willett at 50-1 to win the Masters, with some odds going as high as 70-1.\nBetter yet, you can watch his whole experience on YouTube.