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Teddy Greenstein: A family drama could play out this week for Patrick Reed at the Masters

AUGUSTA, Ga. - Golf fans at the Masters are more polite than a teenager getting pulled over by the cops.

They roared for Rory McIlroy after he was nearly disqualified in 2009 over a possible rules violation in a bunker. They cheered for Tiger Woods in 2010 while a plane flew overhead with a banner reading: "TIGER: DID YOU MEAN BOOTYISM?"

It's an easy audience, a just-happy-to-be-here crowd that craves little more

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