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Patrick Reed Wins Masters, So Why the Tepid Applause?

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Patrick Reed had long talked the talk, but he had yet to walk the walk as a true contender on the PGA Tour. He can readily make that claim now after his victory at The Masters over the weekend. Reed had a subpar fourth round at -1 but was so successful in his previous three rounds that his final tally of -15 was enough to hold off a charging Rickie Fowler (-14) and Jordan Spieth (-13). All eyes were on Tiger Woods coming into the event, but he could only muster a 32nd place finish at +1. Reed should have been the crowd favorite, especially since he attended the University of Georgia and later Augusta University, a mere 10 minutes from Augusta National. But Reed’s time at both schools was marked by controversy and bad behavior. He was kicked off the University of Georgia team for reasons that remain unclear, though Golf Digest says he was accused of cheating at practice and stealing from his teammates. He was suspended at Augusta and nearly removed from that team after what ESPN called “alcohol-fueled misbehavior.” And he’s never been shy about his abilities, prematurely proclaiming in 2014 that he was already one of the top five players in the world (though it could be argued that sort of candor might be good for golf). Still, Social doesn’t seem too keen on Reed, who has a 55 percent positive score over the last three days after removing references to his win at The Masters. Including those references only drives his score to 63 percent positive, which is fairly low for someone who just won arguably the most important event in golf. –Alex Shultz

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