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Get To Know Your New Crop Of American Masters Hopefuls

The 2013-14 PGA Tour season has produced plenty of surprises leading up to the year's first major. While the game's big stars have been quiet for the most part, a new crop of American players have thrust themselves into the forefront. How do you tell these relatively unfamiliar names apart? We're here to help.

April 2014
Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed

You probably know him as: That guy who isn't afraid to say he thinks he's one of the top five golfers in the world.
You should know him for: Reed's big statement received more attention than his big WGC win at Doral. That victory gave him three wins in 14 events, including his Humana Challenge title that was highlighted by three consecutive rounds of 63. If you're not ready to call the man who previously led Augusta State to back-to-back national titles a top-five player yet, just call him "Mr. 63." We doubt he'll mind.
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