American Patrick Reed believes he is ‘really close’ to finding his best form as he prepares to defend his Masters title next month. The 28-year-old has enjoyed a busy start to the 2019 campaign, playing in eight tournaments so far on the PGA Tour.
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He finished in a share of 47th at The Players Championship last week, while finishing tied 50th at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. His best result of the campaign came at both the Farmers Insurance Open and the Sony Open where he finished 13th but the defending champion insists his game is in a good place ahead of his return to Augusta National.
Reed told Sky Sports: “I’ve put myself in position and have put some solid rounds together, I just haven’t quite put four out there yet at the same time. “I feel like I’m really close. I feel like I’ve got the bag where I feel really comfortable and confident with it, and now I’ve just got to get some more reps (golf) underneath me, and just kind of get ready for Augusta.”