Patrick Reed’s Masters win is celebrated in The Woodlands, where he lives

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THE WOODLANDS, Texas — The Green Jacket will make its way to The Woodlands after Patrick Reed won The Masters this weekend. Reed lives in The Woodlands, and practices at both Bluejack National in Montgomery and at The Woodlands Country Club.

This is Reed's first major championship. Andrew Howorth lives in Reed's neighborhood, and he doesn't expect the win to change the golfer.

"He mostly drives a Jeep around the neighborhood," Howorth said. "He's a pretty humble dude. He's just a guy like you and me living in The Woodlands. He's probably had a little bit of a misconception about him in the past, and I've really seen him grow. Obviously, his game's gotten better. He seems to be more grounded. I'm pretty impressed with Patrick."

Reed was born in San Antonio, and he played in Baton Rouge during high school. He played his college golf in Georgia, and he eventually moved back to Texas as a professional.

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