Tiger Woods taking 3-to-4 weeks off after Masters

Patrick Reed claims Masters title as Rory McIlroy fades

It is great that Phil Mickelson can still win tournaments, the way he did earlier this year in Mexico. "I believe he will contend in the majors this year".

History was at stake, along with the green jacket.

Rory McIlroy is refusing to give up on his dream of winning the Masters and becoming a Grand Slam champion of golf.

Don't look for McIlroy to cup his hand over his ear to encourage the gallery to scream even louder.

And once again he was left standing alongside the 18th green while another player celebrated a Masters win. "You'll never how much how miss 'em until they're gone".

Reed, 27, is a polarising figure, even in Augusta, where he went to university.

"So on the equipment side, I'm out there, just doing whatever I want", Reed said. These yeah I mean not even close tiger ministries at one over and over par he had and Patrick reed won at fifteen under.

"The run up to this event is pretty hard and pretty grueling", said Woods, who finished 12th, tied for second and tied for fifth in three tournaments on the Florida Swing.

His tee shot on the 18th clipped the last branch in his way, dropping his ball some 267 yards from the green. "You know, trying to not allow the moment to take over me".

"It's going to be fun", he added.

It turned out to be no fun for McIlroy.

This year, Patrick Reed took home $1.98 million for coming in first place at the tournament.

And finally, Reed has also qualified for the 2019 Tournament of Champions, an event where all the players who won on the previous year's PGA Tour compete. I hope he does it for his kids, his folks, himself - for all the people who wish they had another chance with someone but don't.

"I think things are progressing", he said.

It looked hard for McIlroy, who pushed his opening tee shot deep into the trees and made several unforced errors.

McIlroy, meanwhile, had his chance at the second, where he failed to hole an eagle opportunity - and he must have missed eight putts from 10 feet on Sunday. When the final putt dropped, they clung to each other like survivors in a life raft.

"It was huge", he said. Sunday will provide just the latest test of how Fowler's game, and his nerve, holds up under the highest level of scrutiny. Patrick and I didn't at all. "Worst-case scenario we'll make par". And it wasn't quite what we both had in mind. "It was a little bit disappointing I didn't hit my irons as well as I needed to for this particular week". But it will likely damage his psyche.

On The Masters being the major he most wanted to win. While co-host Mike Greenberg has been upfront about calling Masters Sunday his favorite day in sports, Beadle asked why networks keep shoving Woods down viewer's throats when he's not in contention. "He'll have a green jacket forever", Spieth said. At age 42, the four-time Masters victor revived "Tigermania" with two top-five PGA tuneup finishes after years of injury struggles, but has been humbled so far at formidable Augusta National.

Fowler played the front nine in just 1 under before he played the last seven holes in 4 under.

US players will continue to gain points in 2018 at every non-opposite PGA Tour event, WGC and major through the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive, concluding on August 12, 2018.