Someone on a United States Ryder Cup group is fed adult with Patrick Reed. After Reed put a group on blast in a review with a New York Times, criticizing captain Jim Furyk for his pairings and claiming that Tiger Woods apologized to him after a bad round, a member of a group has reportedly clapped behind during Reed.
“He is so full of shit,” a group member told the New York Post on Monday. “Blindsided, my ass. He begged to play with Tiger.”
Reed and Woods went 0-2 as a twin during a 2018 Ryder Cup with Woods also dropping his singles compare and finishing 0-4 on a weekend. Reed won his singles compare opposite Tyrell Hatton.
Reed pronounced during a time of his benching — he did not play a afternoon event possibly on Friday or Saturday — that he didn’t consider it was “smart” to lay someone as “successful during a Ryder Cup as we am.” He also pronounced that a problem was a “buddy system” that kept him divided from Jordan Spieth.
“The issue’s apparently with Jordan not wanting to play with me,” he told the Times.
However, a unknown group member isn’t carrying Reed’s claims that Woods was a problem with a pairing.
“He would have shot 83 on his possess round Saturday,” a teammate pronounced of Reed. “He totally screwed Tiger. He has no idea how to play group golf. we saw first-hand how bad of a group actor he was. Eleven players accepted a judgment of group golf and usually one didn’t. Unfortunately, that one valid to be too dear for a group to overcome.
“I feel so bad for Jim, since he was an imaginary captain. He would have run by a wall for all 12 of a guys. Unfortunately, there were usually 11 players that would have returned a favor.”
It doesn’t seem like Reed is terribly disturbed about losing friends with his comments, though these ones are really harsh. The biggest takeaway from all of this? Team USA does not take losing a Ryder Cup well.