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The 27-year-old sits atop the 2018 U.S. Ryder Cup team standings after his Augusta National feats. With 6321 points to his name, he has locked up on a spot on the American squad...
The 2018 Masters was memorable and yet unpredictable, too, given that the protagonists who came after Patrick Reed on Sunday weren’t necessarily the men most expected to put up the biggest fights.
On October 6, 1956, a New York Daily News sportswriter named Joe Trimble couldn’t begin his story on what he’d just seen. It was too much. He was stuck. His paper’s columnist, Dick Young, reached across Trimble and typed it for him: “The imperfect man pitched a perfect game.”
Yes, Rickie Fowler was everything we wanted and more on Sunday. But Rickie Fowler is going home without the green jacket.
Whatever demons Jordan Spieth carries with him from his 2016 Masters collapse—and he insists he always will have them—he now can quarantine them within the memory of Sunday’s inspired performance at Augusta National, one that nearly earned him a second green jacket.
It was another record scoring day at Augusta National, with Patrick Reed pulling out his first major championship win. Reed’s closing 71 meant that 15 of the top 16 players on the final leader board broke par on Sunday.
Masters 2018: You probably missed this epic Jordan Spieth-Michael Greller conversation that nearly led to a green jacket
Jordan Spieth and Michael Greller have given us plenty of great moments in their relatively short time as a team. Here's another.
It came down to a slippery two-putt on the 72nd hole, and yet there was no doubt Patrick Reed would get the job done. Reed’s putter never failed him throughout the week, including Sunday...
Masters 2018: Saturday’s winners & losers—Reed, Rory provide a Ryder Cup rematch; Tiger, Phil struggle
We hand out the bouquets, and throw a few bricks, after an intriguing third round at Augusta National.
The weekend portion of the most-anticipated Masters in recent memory likely won't feature Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson in contention, but the current leader board through 36 holes will suffice.