Masters 2018: Tournament news, schedule, coverage and analysis

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All you need to know about the 2018 Masters Tournament, including day-by-day results and analysis from Augusta National Golf Club.

Masters 2018: The 411

Sunday: Patrick Reed wins the Masters

In one of the more exciting final Masters Sundays in recent memory, Patrick Reed fended off comebacks from Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth to win his first major.

Saturday: Third-round coverage

With a softer Augusta National, the field took advantage. At day's end, Patrick Reed headed into the final round with a three-shot lead over Rory McIlroy.

Friday: Second-round coverage

Winds made the conditions a bit tricker for golfers Friday, but Patrick Reed emerged atop the leaderboard heading into an exciting weekend at Augusta.

Thursday: First-round coverage

While Tiger Woods struggled a bit in his return to Augusta National, Jordan Spieth found his familiar stride and Tony Finau put in a heroic performance. We recap the opening round:

Wednesday: Par 3 Contest, practice highlights

  • Finau hurt: Tony Finau dislocated his ankle while celebrating his hole-in-one during the Par 3 Contest Read

  • From fighting fires to Augusta National: Everyone around Matt Parziale knew he had big potential, especially his father, Vic. This week, the golfer's dreams will become a reality as son and father take the course at the Masters. Full story.

  • Expert picks: Who will win?

  • Behavior big at Augusta: Officials will keep out for rowdy patrons

Tuesday: Practices and news conferences

Before the top players in the world take the course Thursday, it's time for practice. We break down how golfers fared and what their strategies are heading into the first round.

Tiger Woods returns to Augusta

  • Kevin Van Valkenburg: With Tiger Woods set to descend upon Augusta National, another generation of fans will get to witness some golf magic that seemed, not so long ago, improbable. Read

  • Ian O'Connor: By making the transition Jack Nicklaus made when he tired of playing the robo-assassin to Arnold Palmer's neighborly gunslinger, Tiger Woods has given the Masters gallery a chance to be part of something extra special. Read

  • The Dominant 20: Topping our list? Tiger Woods. Why? He explains to Marty Smith the keys to those 13 major wins from 1999 to 2008. The List