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- Patrick Reed leads the Masters at 14-under and will be paired with Rory McIlroy in the final round on Sunday.
- McIlroy is three shots back, but after his round, he challenged his American counterpart.
- Reed and McIlroy famously went head-to-head in one of the best Ryder Cup matches in recent memory.
- Several other of golf’s biggest stars are lurking if Reed and McIlroy falter on Sunday.
Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed will renew their rivalry during the final round of the Masters on Sunday as the two pulled away from the pack in the third round.
Reed shot a third-round 67, his third-straight sub-70 round, thanks to two back-nine eagles to move to 14-under. Meanwhile, McIlroy had five birdies and an eagle in his bogey-free round of 65 and will enter the final group on Sunday three shots back as he aims to complete the career Grand Slam.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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