Tiger Woods spent three months working toward one week in April.
The Masters has come and gone.
Woods took a small step back at Augusta National when he misfired with his iron play, didn't break par until the final round and tied for 32nd. He finished 16 shots back, his widest distance from the lead in 19 appearances at the Masters.
It was a big step forward for Patrick Reed, who slept three hours after winning his first major, woke up at 5 a.m. because he couldn't sleep and responded to 155 text messages and about 180 emails.
"Every one," he said with a big smile.
This is no time to rest. Golf shifts into overdrive starting Thursday with the...