Not many tipped Patrick Reed to triumph over Rory McIlroy at Augusta, a fact the champion says helped him win the Masters.
We take a look at how the final round of the Masters unfolded, with Patrick Reed holding off charges from Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler.
It was not quite meant to be for Jordan Spieth, who reflected one on of the great Augusta rounds at the Masters on Sunday.
Jordan Spieth almost pulled off the unthinkable at the Masters and Rickie Fowler charged, but the green jacket belongs to Patrick Reed.
Jordan Spieth continued to put the pressure on Patrick Reed and joined his American compatriot in a tie for the lead in round four.
Patrick Reed was still leading from Rory McIlroy at the Masters, but Jordan Spieth was on the charge at Augusta.
The green jacket will be awarded on Sunday, and Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy have started their final rounds at the Masters.
Unfortunate near misses left Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson feeling frustrated at the end of day three of the Masters.
Rory McIlroy feels ready to claim Masters glory and says leader Patrick Reed will be the man under the most pressure on Sunday at Augusta.
Seven years on from suffering heartbreak at Augusta National, Rory McIlroy looks primed to win the Masters for the first time.