Masters champion Patrick Reed heard the roar and appeared to understand what it meant on the 18th hole at Augusta National.
Louis Oosthuizen saw his title bid falter on the weekend but will be soothed by a cheque worth R2 781 536 for his efforts at Augusta National this week.
On Sunday, Patrick Reed met all the challenges to write a perfect ending to the 2018 Masters, where the world’s best battled for four special days.
Patrick Reed kept his composure en route to a third round 67 to head into Sunday with a three-shot lead over Ryder Cup foe, Rory McIlroy.
South Africa will have a keen interest in The Masters this weekend after Louis Oosthuizen matched his opening round 71 on Friday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
The infamous 12th hole at Augusta National proved to be every bit as disastrous as Charl Schwartzel doubled it en route to a 78 on Friday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Louis Oosthuizen three putted 17 and lipped out from 6 feet on the 18th to trail Jordan Spieth by five strokes at The Masters, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Louis Oosthuizen will have to wait until the first round’s penultimate tee time for his Masters 2018 bid to get under way.
The fifth and final South African in The Masters field, Dylan Frittelli, has already started work ahead of his first start at Augusta, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
South Africans Trevor Immelman and Charl Schwartzel have been named by a US golf publication as two of the nine most obscure Masters champions.