Photos: At The 2018 Masters\nExclusive images from Golf Digest photographers Dom Furore and JD Cuban at Augusta National.\nThe crowd reacts to Jordan Spieth's birdie putt on the 16th hole.\nPatrick Reed tees off on the seventh hole in the final round of the Masters.\nPatrick Reed shares a moment with 2017 champion Sergio Garcia.\nRickie Fowler hits his approach into the 13th hole during the third round.\nHenrik Stenson on No. 7 during the third round.\nRickie Fowler chips while girlfriend Allison Stokke looks on.\nTom Watson played alongside Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus in the Par 3.\nJordan Spieth, Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler while playing the Par 3 Contest.\nTom Watson en route to becoming, at age 68, the oldest player to win the Masters Par 3 Contest.\nAzaleas are in bloom at Augusta National.\nPatrick Reed relishes his strong position halfway through the Masters.\nRafael Cabrera-Bello hits his second shot on No. 13 during a practice round.\nA couple stops for a selfie during a quiet moment on the golf course.\nNicklaus follows through on his ceremonial tee shot. He hit it just into the left rough.\nA view of Patrick Reed teeing off on No. 7.\nPatrick Reed during the third round of the 2018 Masters.\nTiger Woods after missing a putt during the first round.\nCharley Hoffman on the ninth hole on Friday.\nRory Mcilroy during the second round.\nPatrick Reed eyes his approach during the second round.\nSergio Garcia on No. 18 during a practice round.\n\nJack Nicklaus sizes up his tee shot on No. 1.\nBubba Watson tees off Thursday at the Masters.\n\nRafael Cabrera-Bello during the second round.\nRory McIlroy recovers on the first hole.\nGeneral view of a spectator during a practice round of the 2018 Masters Tournament.\nAn empty scoreboard the day before the start of the tournament.\nRickie Fowler hits over a bunker on the par-5 8th hole.\nSergio Garcia on the fifth hole of the first round.\n\nJordan Spieth plays his approach on Thursday at the Masters.\nTony Finau during the second round of the Masters.\nTiger Woods walks across the bridge to No. 15 green during a practice round of the 2018 Masters.\nTiger Woods on Tuesday during his practice round.\nGary Woodland escapes a bunker during a practice round of the 2018 Masters.\nAn empty 12th green the day before the tournament starts.\nIan Poulter tees off of the par-5 13th hole.\nFlags about to be placed in holes on Wednesday.\nBryson DeChambeau during a practice round of the 2018 Masters.\n\nAlex Noren hits his approach in the second round.\nTiger finishes up a disappointing day on Friday.\nTiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on No. 15 during a practice round of the 2018 Masters.\nPhil Mickelson during a practice round.\nAlex Noren on No. 8 tee during a practice round Tuesday.\nIan Poulter follows his tee shot on No. 4.\nRafael Cabrera-Bello tees off on No. 17.\nJack Nicklaus tees off the first hole of the Par 3 course.\nMatt Kuchar during a practice round.\nGary Player hits the ceremonial tee shot Thursday morning at the Masters.\n\nRory McIlroy putting on the 10th hole Thursday.\nAdam Scott tees off in the second round.\nRafael Cabrera-Bello hits his tee shot on No. 12.\nRickie Fowler on No 17 during the second round of the 2018 Masters.\nRickie Fowler during the second round.\nJohn Rahm reacts to a missed birdie putt on No 17.\nJohn Rahm plays from the bunker on the par-3 fourth on Friday.\nRory McIlroy hits his approach to the 18th hole on Friday.\nTiger Woods on No. 13 .\nTiger Woods and Phil Mickelson on No. 13.\nPatrick Reed watches his birdie putt on 10 during the third round.\nPatrick Reed plays around a tree with his approach on No. 14.\nRory McIlroy laments a missed birdie putt in the third round.\nRory McIlroy in the azaleas after flying his approach long on the 13 green.\nRory McIlroy follows his approach shot during the third round.\nPatrick Reed reacts to a missed putt in the final round.\nRickie Fowler walks alongside caddie Joe Skovron during the final round.\nPatrick Reed celebrates his win with caddie and brother-in-law Kessler Karain.\nJon Rahm laments a missed putt in the final round.\nPatrick Reed celebrates with the Masters trophy.