Ryder Cup redux as Reed leads McIlroy at Masters

Ryder Cup redux as Reed leads McIlroy at Masters

Maybe that's just as well at this Masters. When he tried to punch out, he completely whiffed on the shot, not coming close to touching the ball. He bogeyed the last in a 6-under 66 for a 6-under total of 210.

Right behind them are five major champions.

Tiger Woods, playing in the Masters for the first tie since 2015, finished in a tie for 32nd at 1 over after a 3-under 69 on Sunday.

Reed, a five-times victor on the PGA Tour still seeking his breakthrough in a major, fired the day's lowest round, a six-under 66 that included nine birdies, to reach nine under on the week, two clear of Australian Marc Leishman (67).

"Everyone wants to win, and if you don't believe you can win them, then you probably shouldn't be playing in them", Reed said. Just came out and tried to play some golf.

Mickelson shot a 2-over 74 Saturday thanks partly to making a triple bogey and a bogey on the first two holes. Rory McIlroy was in second place and Rickie Fowler (9-under) third.

"To have to two-putt the last hole to win my first major, it definitely felt right", Reed said.

"I know what I need to do", said Woods. "I'm not in control of my own destiny".

The final round is here at Augusta National as those competing in the 2018 Masters will be looking for glory, a green jacket and a cut of the $11 million purse.

Henley seemed buoyed at the start of the day, converting birdies at Nos. Woods is paired up with Spaniard Rafael Cabrera Bello as they embark on their Day 4 attempts to move up higher on the leaderboard.

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Patrick Reed of the United States lines up a putt on the 18th green during the third round of the 2018 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday in Augusta, Georgia. His best performance on the big stage has been in the Ryder Cup.

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"My game feels so good, I feel so confident", he said outside the Augusta National clubhouse as rain began to fall again.

Reed was at 9-under 135.

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"I can't imagine there's going to be much chat out there tomorrow", McIlroy said.

"We're not here to lay up", Leishman said.

"I've been waiting for this chance". "I knew if Jordan made some birdies, he was far enough ahead he'd run out of holes and I'd have more opportunities". Henrik Stenson (70) was seven shots behind. For Reed, this would be his first major championship, but for McIlroy, it would be the completion of a career grand slam.

But Spieth, a two-time Australian Open victor, dropped a shot on his final hole and Reed showed no nerves of a man on the brink of his first major to cling to a one-shot win over the fast-finishing Rickie Fowler, with fellow Texan Spieth a stroke further back in third.

"I am leading. I mean, I guess so", he said of the pressure. "Missed the putt. But hey, that's a lot easier to play the hole from the green than it is dropping". The pressure has caused some of the top players in the world to choke and collapse.

McIlroy was about 20 yards right of the green with his second shot and delivered a almost flawless chip that bounced a few feet short of the green and starting tracking toward the pin. He made bogey at 16 but two closing pars kept him in for the weekend. "My swing is just off with my irons", said Woods, who admitted he now had his sights set just on trying to get to even par for the tournament on Sunday. He just could not come back after that.

Then the birdies started - one on the 3rd hole and another on the 4th - both made with snaking putts from 20ft or so.

Woods opened with a bogey and took double bogey at the fifth, his approach soaring over the green into dense brush.