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

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

The final round began with Reed holding a three-shot advantage over Rory McIlroy, but while the Northern Irishman's challenge faded Reed had to hold off his hard-charging U.S. Ryder Cup team mates to claim his first major championship. It was the same with Rickie Fowler when he made a birdie on the 18th to go to 14 under.

The mood all afternoon screamed out, "Anyone but Patrick". At the most recent U.S. Open there, in 2004, Woods finished in a tie for 17th, 14 shots behind victor Retief Goosen. "I'm out here to do my job, and that's to play golf". Seemed like everyone else was saying how great I was playing all week, how very impressed they were, but come Saturday night and Sunday morning, they are like, oh, well, even though we said all these great things about how he's playing, we think Rory's going to win.

From there, he chipped in from 80 feet.

The applause, however, sounded more like acceptance than celebration.

Tiger Woods never contended seriously for the green jacket last week, but his first Masters in three years helped lift CBS Sports' coverage to a double-digit TV ratings increase.

Reed is regarded as one of the most polarising players on Tour. That gave him at a shot at the Augusta National record.

That's not unusual at the Masters.

Danny Willett wasn't the patron's choice in 2016 when he took advantage of Spieth's misfortunes at the 12th hole.

Here's a look at the prize-money breakdown for the top 20 plus ties (via Augusta.com), which includes each golfer who earned six figures for their efforts at Augusta National. The crowd was squarely behind McIlroy and his best chance yet at completing the career Grand Slam.

Reed, who finished at 15-under 273, won for the sixth time in his PGA Tour career. The first two rounds will be played at another course in Augusta, Champions Retreat. Only he couldn't. Every time the devil hit a flawless shot, but a gust of wind blew it off course.

And finally it was Fowler's turn.

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"It kind of makes me hungry to get back out there and try to win some more".

Reed chipped in for eagle on the 15th in his third round, a possible two-shot swing, because the ball was going 15 foot past when it hit the pin.

Reed loves a moment like this.

"So I'm really looking forward to this year and the three majors that are left", said Fowler. In winning his first major championship, after tying for second at last year's PGA Championship, Reed also collected the $1.98 million winner's prize.

President Donald Trump, a massive golf fan, sent his congratulations to Reed on Twitter. Hopefully he will address it as he does the round of talk shows in America, if he is asked on them.

"I am ready to go win a major, but this was kind of the first major week that I understood that and known that and felt that, said Fowler".

There's also the underage drinking and possession of a fake ID in Reed's first year at the University of Georgia, for which the freshman was fined and sentenced to 60 hours of community service.

At the age of 27 Reed has now joined the American brat pack. He does his work quietly on the range, rarely without his wife along for observations. "You have to go catch him". He wears boots, not flip-flops. At The Ryder Cup, it's just a totally different type of pressure. I've played in two final groups in the last seven years, I've had five top tens, I play this golf course well. Maybe at annoying people.

Still, Spieth became the seventh player in Masters history to shoot a 64 in the final round.

Still, he said, he sees himself wearing a green jacket one day.

Here's Reed with Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump in 2014.

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