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  • Patrick Reed shows at Masters he's just as tough on his own

    Patrick Reed shows at Masters he's just as tough on his own

    One of the messages Patrick Reed received for his hard-earned Masters victory came from Tiger Woods , who added a personal touch to his tweet of congratulations. "At worst you have assured yourself a captain's pick for next year's Presidents Cup ," he wrote. That's still 20 months away in Australia...

  • Fowler, Spieth make Reed earn his 1st major championship

    Fowler, Spieth make Reed earn his 1st major championship

    After the final putt disappeared into the cup, Rickie Fowler waited outside the scoring room at Augusta National. Once again, he was congratulating someone else on winning their first major championship . For Fowler, the wait goes on. "I was ready to go win," he said. "Unfortunately, I was one...

  • 'Progressing' Tiger Woods to take his usual post-Masters break

    'Progressing' Tiger Woods to take his usual post-Masters break

    Tiger Woods in his prime probably would have been stewing over a tie for 32nd at the Masters. Disregarding his missed cut as an amateur in 1996, it was his worst finish at Augusta apart from a tie for 40th in 2012. But for a guy playing in his first major since the 2015 PGA Championship thanks...

  • Disliked, unloved, whatever. Patrick Reed wins Masters without much support

    Disliked, unloved, whatever. Patrick Reed wins Masters without much support

    It was a victory march to a drumbeat of disdain. When Patrick Reed strode down the 18th fairway at Augusta National Golf Club late Sunday afternoon, leading the Masters by one stroke and moments from victory, the strangest thing happened. Nothing happened. There was no roar. There was no rooting....

  • Reed holds off late charge of superstars to win Masters

    Reed holds off late charge of superstars to win Masters

    Standing on the tee box preparing to play what he hoped would be his final hole in a Masters triumph, Patrick Reed heard a roar at Augusta National’s 18th green. Obscured by the trees on the dogleg hole, he had to guess what happened. There were two players in the pairing ahead: Rickie Fowler and...

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