We've got a ShackHouse in the can that should push overnight and I'll be on Morning Drive to discuss a sensational Masters which, I believe, lived up to the hype.
Patrick Reed won't be the most popular champion on a day Rickie Fowler came excruciatingly close to winning his first major, Jordan Spieth played possibly the best round of his career until a branch intervened, and Rory McIlroy missed an opportunity to be a career Grand Slam winner.
Eamon Lynch considers what makes Reed a worthy, if complicated winner.
Ryan Lavner is well versed in the Reed backstory and does a lovely job summing up the day and the mixed-feelings about the win.
I penned a few conclusions and assessments of the week for Fowler, McIlroy, Spieth and Rahm.
George Willis of the New York Post on the sordid family history that makes Patrick Reed a Masters oddity.
Bill Fields on this being a Sunday to remember.
President Donald Trump Tweeted his congratulations.
The champion's final round in under 3 minutes:
Webb Simpson had a special final round not long after losing his father, who brought him to The Masters, notes The Forecaddie.
Paul Casey had an amazing run at Amen Corner Sunday.
Jim McCabe on the unusual role No. 12 played Sunday as an enabler of birdies.
Classic Sports TV’s roundup of shots shown, you might be surprised who got more airtime than others.
A beautiful shot of Jordan Spieth's fantastic 234-yard hybrid off the pine straw at 13, en route to what almost was the greatest comeback in Masters history, writes Randall Mell. A beautiful image of the scene: