From 3 miles away, Patrick Reed’s family wept as they watched him win the Masters

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AUGUSTA, Ga. — Patrick Reed‘s father was crying on the phone. I was crying on the phone. We both had good reasons.

Bill Reed’s son had just won the Masters, and he wanted to give him a hug. My mother died far too young years ago, and I wanted to give her a hug.

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