2017 Masters: Five Golfers Who Disappointed

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Apr 6, 2017; Augusta, GA, USA; Patrick Reed talks with a rules official on the 2nd green after his ball appeared to move while preparing to putt during the first round of The Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Rob Schumacher-USA TODAY Sports /

No. 4 Patrick Reed

For someone who played collegiately at Augusta University, Reed has never seemed to feel at home at Augusta National.

Nor has he in any major, for that matter.

Reed still has plenty of golf ahead of him at age 26, but many are wondering when the Ryder Cup hero and five-time PGA Tour winner will solve the major championship puzzle.

The world No. 13 is now 0-for-13 in attempts at placing top 10 in the four majors with four missed cuts. He’s 2-for-4 making the cut at The Masters.

Reed wasn’t terrible this week in adverse conditions with rounds of 76 and 77 and no holes worse than bogey after making a six on the par-4 first on Thursday. Despite a closing birdie on the tough No. 18, he finished a stroke outside the cut line that settled at six-over.