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Non-Crowd Favorite Patrick Reed Holds Off Rickie Fowler To Win The Masters

Reed finished with a 1-under 71 to withstand a late challenge from Rickie Fowler. Reed is the fourth consecutive golfer to win his first major tournament at the Masters.

Golfer Patrick Reed was best known for the trophies he shared at the Presidents and Ryder Cup . It's for his performance at the latter that he picked up the nickname "Captain America."

But all that changed on Sunday when Reed, 27,

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