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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 282
WRAP MASTERS REED WINS HIS WAY Patrick Reed wasn’t the best putter, nor was he the most accurate from the tee or fairway, which is usually the tale of a Masters Champion. Instead, he minimised his mistakes and took advantage of his good shots better than anyone else in the Masters field. Seemingly, whenever he took one step back, he took two steps forward straight after. His play on the par-5s through the first three rounds was brilliant. He was 13 under on the three-shotters alone and was 14 under in total after 54 holes. The Texan-based 27-year-old made 11 bogies in 72 holes, which was six more than second-placed Rickie Fowler. Even third-placed Jordan Spieth had three less bogies (plus a double bogey) than Reed. “Really, my mindset going in was stick to my game plan, play golf, and, you know, I stuck to my game plan all week,” Reed said. “Even today, I didn’t stray from it at all throughout the entire day. “It’s something that I needed to learn, especially at a place like this, how important it is to stick to what I believe and how I feel like I need to play the golf course. “You know, with it, it gave me the reward of winning my first green jacket.” THINGS WE LEARNED AT THE COMPILED BY BRENDAN JAMES
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