Fowler still remains one of the best active golfers to never have won a major, but he can't be too disappointed after his excellent Sunday showing. .
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On the bright side, the 42-year-old had his best round of this Masters on Sunday, finishing three-under parthe only time he broke par this yearfor the day and one-over for the whole tournament, good for a T-32 finish.
Webb Simpson, 270,151.Ad Choices 2018 Condé Nast.Hirsute Hall of Fame, these photos of Tommy Fleetwood without his long hair and scruffy beard are amazing.Koepka was struggling midway through Friday's round, as he found himself seven shots out of first place and playing inconsistently.Lefty, like Tiger, had his best hole of the day.And now to be able to play this golf course and to be able to tee it up and play in the Masters, this is one of the greatest walks in all of golf. .
What the win will do to the back account ain't too shabby, either.Unfortunately for the 24-year-old, his 74 (2) during the second round sunk his chances at overcoming Reed at the end and ultimately resulted in a third-place finish.Jamie Squire/Getty Images Tiger Woods was never really in contention for a fifth green jacket after barely sneaking into the weekend under the cut.Reed and Rory McIlroy were the odds-on favorites after the third round and played together in the day's final pairing as the two leading scorers. .That's what kept him from winning the second.S.Here's a look at Spieth's bittersweet Sunday scorecard: Jordan Spieth Round 4 Scorecard hole OUT IN TOT Par Score Fowlers patience and perseverance nearly paid off after a slow start, where he was only one-under on the round through the front nine.However, the reason he was able to shoot a one-over for the tournament and close with a two-under 68 was his ability to make clutch putts once he found his stride in the second round.Keep reading to see the Twitter reactions to Reed's historic win at the 2018 Masters, plus a look back at the odds for the new champ and the rest of the field: Masters 2018 Reactions Trey Wingo highlighted Reed's journey to this championship: Covers noted Reed's.
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