Flashback to Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed's Ryder Cup battle at Hazeltine
By Keith Jackson at Augusta National
Last Updated: 08/04/18 2:53pm
As Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy prepare to go head to head in the final round of the Masters, what better time to reflect on the amazing scenes at the 2016 Ryder Cup.
McIlroy and Reed were out in the top match in Sunday's singles at Hazeltine amid a fervent atmosphere, and the pair gave the fans what they craved in a memorable duel.
Both traded birdies over the opening seven holes, but what happened on the eighth green was the stuff of legend and resulted in one of the most-watched moments in Ryder Cup history.
McIlroy's tee shot to the par-three came up some 60 feet short of the flag, leaving him a tough task to get down in two, while Reed was pin-high but in the left fringe - 20 feet from the target.
The European talisman exploded in celebration when his putt dropped for an unlikely two, and he was happy to let the baying crowd know: "I can't hear you, I can't hear you" as he wheeled away.
But, after the noise abated, Reed calmly rolled in his putt for the half and the pair marched to the next tee full of admiration and respect for one another.
It was Reed who eventually got the better of a tiring McIlroy in a match that went the distance, but who will come out on top at Augusta National on Sunday?
Hit the video at the top of the page to watch the incredible action at the 2016 Ryder Cup, and don't miss live coverage of the final round of the 2018 Masters on Sunday, from 6pm on Sky Sports Golf.