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Media playback is not supported on this device Masters The world number 24, who had been ahead since the second round, led Rory McIlroy by three shots overnight. McIlroy, chasing his first Green Jacket to complete the Grand Slam, faded with a two-over 74, while Reed parred the last to shoot 71 and win on 15 under.
Fowler 67 ended second, one ahead of Spieth, who had nine birdies in a Woods will captain the US team at the Presidents Cup "I knew the lead would shrink and grow - it's just the flows of golf, you have to know how to handle it and the way I could get that done was to make sure the putter was working.
Patrick Reed presented with green jacket at Augusta The scene was set for a classic duel between the final pair, Reed and McIlroy, with expectations for a repeat of their epic match at the Ryder Cup, which the American shaded by one hole.
But the year-old Northern Irishman, who surged into contention with a bogey-free 65 on Saturday, cut a disconsolate figure and he was the only one of the top 16 to return an over-par final round. I've played in two final groups in the last seven years, I've had five tops, I play this golf course well.
I just haven't played it well enough at the right times. Media playback is not supported on this device 'I didn't put enough pressure on Reed' Reed is the ninth first-time major winner in the past 12 Masters and all four major championships are now held by Americans - all of whom are aged 27 or under.
They could have been level at the second when McIlroy hit a majestic second to four feet at the par five and Reed found the bunker.
But McIlroy missed his eagle chance and then missed the green at the third to drop a shot, while Reed rattled in a putt from the fringes of the green for a birdie to regain his three-shot advantage.
Another imperious iron shot from McIlroy to three feet set up a birdie at the par three fourth but he missed another short putt at the next to fall three shots back again. Twice Reed followed bogeys with birdies as he combated the challenge of the world number seven.
Spieth and Fowler charge into contention Media playback is not supported on this device Masters Jordan Spieth sinks a ninth birdie to keep pressure on Patrick Reed However, there were challenges coming from further down the leaderboard. Spieth, who began nine shots behind Reed, had five birdies in his opening nine holes and claimed sole possession of second place on 11 under when he holed from off the green at the 12th.
The Texan almost followed it with an eagle at the par-five 13th after a superb iron to 12 feet from the pine straw but his putt stayed right and he tapped in for birdie. Reed moved two clear again when he rolled in a foot birdie putt from the back of the 12th green but Spieth was soon tied at the top, with birdies on the 15th and 16th - the latter a foot putt.
However, Reed regained the lead with a birdie from eight feet at the 14th. The roar that greeted Spieth's putt on 16 in comparison to Reed's on 14 gave a clear indication of who the Augusta National patrons wanted to win. In fact, right from the first tee, the fans appeared to be siding more with McIlroy than Reed and once they realised the Northern Irishman was fading, they cheered every change to the leaderboard that favoured Spieth, or indeed Fowler, over the man who went to university in Georgia.
BBC Radio 5 live commentator John Murray pointed out that there were groans around the 15th green and 16th tee when Spieth's bogey at the last was registered on one of the on-course leaderboards. Reed was about to putt for par on the 15th at the time.
And when Reed walked on to the 18th green the BBC's Iain Carter noted the reception was "respectful" rather than the "whooping and hollering" normally reserved for a champion in waiting. Spieth had needed a par at the last to equal the course record but his final drive clipped a tree and went only yards, leaving him to the green, which took him another two shots.
He then missed an eight-foot par putt to set the clubhouse target at 13 under. Fowler, playing in the penultimate group and like Reed searching for a first major, came closest to usurping his compatriot, with six birdies in his final 11 holes.
While the crowd were captivated by the thrilling charge from Spieth, the slightly built year-old Fowler, who was five off the lead going into the final round, quietly moved up the leaderboard. Birdies on the 12th, 13th and 15th holes pushed him to 13 under.
The world number nine, who added second place at the Masters to runner-up finishes at the US Open and The Open, sent his approach to seven feet for a birdie at the last to set the clubhouse target, but Reed, who played the final seven holes in two under, calmly negotiated the 18th to take the coveted Green Jacket.
Rose leads English challenge Casey made the cut on the number at five over Justin Rose conceded he had "a nearly week" after finishing as the leading Englishman, making six birdies in a final round 69 to tie for 12th. He told BBC Sport: The year-old, who won the Valspar Championship last month, was five over after two rounds to make the cut on the number.
He played his first 15 holes in nine under and needed one more birdie in the final three for the record, but he bogeyed the last two for a 65 and finished in a share of 15th on five under.
Tommy Fleetwood bogeyed two of the final four holes for a 74 and finished joint 17th with PGA champion and world number two Justin Thomas on four under. Matt Fitzpatrick had two double bogeys in a 75 and share of 38th at three over.
Ian Poulter, who won last week in Houston to earn his place at Augusta, had seven birdies in a closing 69 and finished four over alongside Tyrrell Hatton, who had six birdies in his 70 to compensate for a double bogey at the 15th.American Patrick Reed wins his first major title with a one-shot win at the Masters, ahead of compatriot Rickie Fowler, with Rory McIlroy falling to joint fifth.
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