And by the way?
Tiger Woods is still putting his game back together after so much time away with his back issues, but he must have left Augusta National knowing Reed makes it harder to win here in the future, that all these young first-time winners are making it harder for anyone to win.
"A slippery two-putt for the green jacket", Nick Faldo, who won the thing three times, said on CBS.
Fowler went 5-under on the final ten holes, including a birdie on No. 18 to pull within one shot.
McIlroy, meanwhile, will have to wait another year for a shot at the career Grand Slam after his disappointing round. "I actually mis-hit my first putt".
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"I put a little bit too much pressure on myself in the majors now, because I know that I don't have a ton of time to win them, especially U.S. Opens", Mickelson said.
'Whether it be mindset or whatever, I just didn't quite have it, ' the 28-year-old Northern Irishman said.
Spieth had done that.
His tee shot on the 18th clipped the last branch in his way, dropping his ball some 267 yards from the green.
Reed was joined by wife Justine at Madison Square Garden as he continued his tour of NY after visits to the Empire State Building and Wall Street earlier in the day. He took the thing.
He was so close that he had a short eagle putt that could have tied him for the lead on the second hole.
Oh yeah. Reed had taken it all on.
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Instead, what unfolded was one of the most thrilling ends to a Masters tournament in recent memory as several of the world's best players rapidly tracked down Reed, who was ambling along at level par.
Reed became the fourth American in-a-row aged 27 or below to win a major championship, so at 27 he was below the average age of a US Masters victor of 32.5 but he continued the fantastic run of first-time major winners.
"I walked up to the first tee and had a really welcoming cheer from the fans, but then when Rory walked up to the tee, you know, his cheer was a little louder", Reed said. "Best (event) in all of our sport". It was sports at its best. Reed told him as they exchanged a hug. Now he had proved it to the whole world. Tough out. Very tough guy. Spieth, who had already hit a low of [2.66] as early as Thursday evening, dipped below that and hit [2.6], Rahm was matched at just [6.2] and Fowler traded all the way down to [3.05]. Fowler doesn't turn 30 until December. The feeling of winning a Masters that close, where he also seized two NCAA Championships, was a feeling right at home for Reed. When they were gone on Sunday, the first page of the leaderboard belonged to the 20-somethings.
Armed with a three-shot lead after 54 holes, Reed, the fiery, confrontational raging bull, channeled his emotions, held his nerve and called upon his considerable golf skills to withstand a host of the game's best players on a tense, wild Masters Sunday that had the staff handling the famous white scoreboards working overtime.
What's more, the real Tiger Woods is back as well.
Fowler didn't win The Masters this year, but he came ever so near. They are hard to win, irrespective of your talent.
When the wedding happened in December that year, they weren't on the guest list and don't see their grandchildren, Windsor-Wells, 3, and Barrett Benjamin, born last year.
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One more birdie would have seen Spieth become the first man to shoot 62 at Augusta.