Reed’s unusual Masters attire, Tiger’s table at Augusta Arby’s & Finau’s bounce-back

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When the final round is so good, you’ll
quit your job to watch it… Sports fans from all over the world watched
the Masters magic, some staying up through the night to witness history… Capitan America, Super Mario, whatever nickname
you want to give him. Patrick Reed never let the other players catch
him as he cruised through Augusta on Sunday. A little unusual for Patrick, he captured
his 6th PGA TOUR victory and first major championship without his token Sunday red – reserving
that for Mr. Tiger Woods himself, who made the cut in his first Masters appearance in
3 years. Even more unusual, Tiger & Phil playing together? Yeah, the two Masters champs were buddy-buddy
on Tuesday in their practice round together. And I wonder if they went to Arby’s together
after too? Apparently, the restaurant across the street
from Augusta National has a spot reserved just for Tiger, because he ate there every day
during the week of his 1997 victory. Aside from the battle for the green jacket,
some of the most fun moments of the week were aces. The fans erupted on social media when Charley
Hoffman made his hole-in-one on 16 Sunday… But it was Jack Nicklaus’ 15-year-old grandson
G.T., who made the 6-time Masters champ cry when he got his first ace ever in Wednesday’s
Par-Three Contest! But this one made me cry. Ouch! Tony Finau celebrating his own ace on Wednesday,
dislocated his ankle but then came back the very next day, tied for the lead and finished
in the Top 10 in his first trip to Augusta! Alright, I promise I’ll give the green jacket
back. But in the meantime, let me know in the comments
below what your favorite Good, Bad or Unusual moment of the week was. And remember, PGA TOUR LIVE returns for the
RBC Heritage this week. I’ll see you there and in the Takeaway after
each round.

 

5 Responses

  1. Gina Mascetti

    April 10, 2018 1:08 pm

    The haters and sore losers are really SNOWFLAKES! Congratulations REED! GREAT JOB and you deserve your win! You're the best!!

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  2. curt wehrmeyer

    April 11, 2018 4:42 am

    Reed is a warrior and he proved his worth and is now in the Masters club as a champion. Congratulations Patrick Reed and team on a fine win !! Whatever happened to Danny Willet?

    Reply

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