Seven things you didn't know about Sheffield's Masters champion Danny Willett

Danny Willett has become only the second Englishman to win The Masters
Danny Willett has become only the second Englishman to win The Masters

Sheffield golfer Danny Willett has become only the second ever Englishman to win The Masters at Augusta.

The 28-year-old's incredible victory is set to make him a household name, but here are some things you probably didn't know about Sheffield's newest hero...

* Danny's father Steve is a Church of England vicar

* His wife Nicole gave birth to his son Zacharia just days before this year's tournament began

* Willett was introduced to golf by his two older brothers

* In 2008 he became the number one ranked amatuer golfer in the world

* Danny was just eight-years-old the last time a British golfer - Nick Faldo - won The Masters

* He won for the first time on the European Tour in June 2012 at the BMW International Open in Cologne

* In his teens Willett spent two years playing for Jacksonville State University in the U.S.

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