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Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (25) / 8/5/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 180
College: Augusta State

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The start of the opening match of Saturday foursomes at the Presidents Cup has been delayed by inclement weather.
In fact, there have been two 30-minute delays. Patrick Reed and Rickie Fowler are leading off the four-match set against Branden Grace and Louis Oosthuizen. It's now slated to begin at 8:05 a.m. local time (or 7:05 p.m. ET on Friday in the U.S.). The morning at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea started ominously, so it's not surprising that the day started this way. After the conclusion of the foursomes session, there are four four-ball matches scheduled. Oct 9 - 5:58 PM

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Patrick Reed is in Incheon, Korea, and is set to represent the U.S. Team in the first Presidents Cup played in Asia.

Reed is one of five first-timers on the 12-man U.S. squad and finished eighth in automatic qualifying. In his only other National Team appearance, Reed went 3-0-1 in his 2014 Ryder Cup debut, including a 2-0-0 record in four-ball with Jordan Spieth, and was the only player of the Americans to go undefeated. In college, he went 6-0 in match play helping Augusta State win two national championships. The 25-year-old burst on the scene with his win at the 2013 Wyndham Championship and has followed with three more titles, including this year's Hyundai Tournament of Champions. His other season highlights were a playoff loss (Valspar) and a T4 at the Deutche Bank Championship. Reed finished a disappointing 27th (of 28 players) two weeks ago at the TOUR Championship posting a four-day total of 14-over 294.
Oct 5 - 3:10 PM

Patrick Reed finished in a share of 19th place in his 2014 TOUR Championship debut and returns this week for another shot at East Lake Golf Club.

Reed arrived last year at East Lake ranked 18th in the FedExCup standings, before posting his top-20 finish. He's made marked improvements in consistency this season and arrives with a 10 next to his name in the FEC race. While Reed has become more steady, he's posted just one top 10 since the co-runner-up finish at the Valspar in March. Reed should be considered a safe option for gamers this week but his four career victories should also remind us of his upside.
Sep 21 - 10:32 PM

Patrick Reed crafted a 1-under-par 34-36=70 in the final round of the Deutsche Bank Championship to wrap his third appearance at 8-under 276, currently T4 with play winding down for the day.

Reed began the finale at 7-under (T11) and six in arrears of 54-hole leader Henrik Stenson. Playing six groups ahead of the lead pairing, Reed squared his first bogey at the par-3 third after missing the green in regulation, one of a whopping 10 missed GIR on the day. He bounced back with birdie-3 at the fourth from 4'2" and then canned his 168-yard approach from the right rough for the eagle-2 at the par-4 fifth. That was it as far as par breakers for the 25-year-old, playing his last 13 holes in 1-over, squaring his final bogey at the par-4 12th. Reed hadn't cracked the top 70 in two prior trips to TPC Boston, but he's been steady all season making 22 cuts on 24 starts with 13 top-25 finishes. He projects 10th in FedExCup points and will advance to the third leg of the Playoffs for the third time in as many years on the PGA TOUR.
Sep 7 - 5:41 PM

Patrick Reed authored a 4-under-par 32-35=67 in the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship to post 7-under 206, good for a share of the early 54-hole clubhouse lead with Hunter Mahan and Matt Kuchar.

Thru 54 holes, Reed currently sits T6 on the live leaderboard after chasing 72-67 with another 67 on Moving Day. Uncharted territory at TPC Boston where he's posted T74/MDF and T70 in the last two editions of the DBC. Reed began the day at 3-under (T21) and nine adrift. He raced out of the gate with four consecutive birdies at Nos. 1-4, all from inside nine feet, to make some early noise. The man famous for his "shhhh" then shushed himself playing his next 13 holes in a birdie-less 1-over, after squaring a lone bogey at the par-4 14th. The 25-year-old saved one more circle for the par-5 finisher, converting from 2'11" to bump inside the top 10 with play still in progress. It seems like forever since Reed bagged his fourth career PGA TOUR title at the Hyundai TOC back in mid-January, and losing in a playoff at the Valspar in mid-march, but the American has ticked top 30s in all four majors this year as well as top 25s at THE PLAYERS and all four WGC events.
Sep 6 - 4:25 PM

Patrick Reed turned in a 3-under-par 33-34=67 for his second round of the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational, reaching the midpoint in 2-under 138, six shots off Jim Furyk's 36-hole lead.

Reed tied for fourth in his debut at Firestone last year, so we already knew that he likes the joint. Today's performance helped prove it. He hit 15 greens in regulation and connected for four birdies, including respective conversions from 23'11", 17 feet and 12'6" at the ninth, 14th and 17th holes. Alas, he couldn't avoid squaring a bogey at the par-4 18th, but he'll enter the weekend with overall momentum. Believe it or not, Reed has done 13 consecutive starts without a top 10.
Aug 7 - 7:00 PM

Patrick Reed sprinkled six birdies and three bogeys in a 3-under-par 35-32=67 on day one of the Omega European Masters in Switzerland.

That kind of makes sense. This is the American's first look at Cran-sur-Sierre which sits high in the picturesque Swiss Alps and the par 70 can at times look easy but also punish errant shots. After starting at 10, Reed circled birdies at 14 and 15 between bogeys at 12 and 17 but found his range with four par breakers against a single bogey coming home. That left him just two shots behind the clubhouse lead and in position to build on his T20 at the Open Championship.
Jul 23 - 9:12 AM

Patrick Reed posted a top 20 in the Open Championship and will now head to Switzerland to make his debut at the Omega European Masters.

After taking up his European Tour card, Reed needs to keep his numbers up and it makes sense to stay overseas following his encouraging T20 at St. Andrews. For his sixth counting event this season (he needs to play in 15 to meet the minimum membership requirement), the American will discover a beautiful course perched high in the Swiss Alps. Crans-sur-Sierre can be made to look easy but poor course management often leads to disaster so Reed will have to be on his guard. Prior to St. Andrews, the four-time PGA Tour winner was T29 at Greenbrier so he appears to be rounding into some good form.
Jul 21 - 5:32 AM

Patrick Reed begins his second Open Championship at 4:11 a.m. ET on Thursday with England's Lee Westwood and Spain's Sergio Garcia.

Reed missed the cut by three at his Open debut in 2014 on rounds of 78-71. He enters the week ranked No. 7 in the FedExCup standings and No. 16 in the Official World Golf Ranking, having started the year No. 23. Reed has been steady in 2014-15, cashing 18 times on 20 starts with 11 top 25s, but only three have gone for top 10s. His season is highlighted by his playoff win at the 34-man Hyundai TOC (his fourth TOUR title in 89 career starts) and his playoff loss at the Valspar Championship. The 24-year-old was solo second at the U.S. Open after a first-round, 4-under-par 66 and joint leader at 5-under with Jordan Spieth after 36 holes but faded to T14 with a 76-71 finish.
Jul 15 - 11:40 AM

Overnight co-leader Patrick Reed back-pedaled to 6-over-par 39-37=76 in today's third round of the 115th U.S. Open and at 1-over 211, sits five back of the 54-hole leaders.

Reed, playing in the final group with Jordan Spieth, began the festivities with a share of the 36-hole lead at 5-under, one shot clear of Branden Grace and Dustin Johnson. It was a forgettable day for the 24-year-old, suffering three double bogeys and three bogeys against three birdies. His troubles came early, carding his first of three double bogey-6s at the par-4 second, taking two to get out of a green-side bunker. His next came at the par-4 seventh, a result of a sloppy four-putt from 57'. The last, came at the par-4 10th and featured a three-putt from 33 feet. In total, Reed chalked up a lofty 33 putts on the round. His three birdies came at Nos. 6, 13 and 15 with his conversion from 21 feet at the 6th his longest on the day.
Jun 21 - 12:14 AM

Patrick Reed bobbed and weaved his way to a 1-under-par 35-34=69 in today's second round of the 115th U.S. Open and posted 5-under 135 at the midpoint, good for a share of the 36-hole lead with Jordan Spieth.

Reed split all but two of the 14 fairways and landed 13 greens in regulation in his trot around Chambers Bay today. Despite that precision, he gave back six strokes with bogeys, but he countered with an eagle-2 at the drivable, par-4 12th hole and five birdies. Overall, Reed has missed only five (of 28) fairways and seven greens in regulation thus far. He won't be able to rely on a litany of par breakers with a half-dozen bogeys on his card again, but going out in the last group in the third round of a major achieves the short-term objective.
Jun 19 - 11:35 PM

Patrick Reed got around Chambers Bay in 4-under-par 31-35=66 in today's opening round of the U.S. Open.

He missed only two greens in regulation but still swallowed two bogeys, including a 6 at the eighth hole. However, Reed buried six birdies, including four on his first eight holes. He walked off with a 2 at the par-3 ninth, and then signed his card slotted only one shot adrift of the clubhouse co-leaders. It seems like he's been around for a lot longer, but this was just his fifth round in this tournament, and it's the first time the 24-year-old has submitted a red number.
Jun 18 - 5:11 PM

Patrick Reed tees it up with American Chris Kirk and the Welshman Jamie Donaldson at this week's 115th U.S. Open.

Reed strolls into Chambers Bay at No. 5 in the FedExCup standings. He is near-perfect on the season cashing in 16 of 17 events, with ten top 25s, but only three have gone for top 10s. His season is highlighted by his playoff win at the 34-man Hyundai TOC and a playoff loss at the Valspar Championship. Among Reed's litany of other top-25 finishes, he posted T22 at the Masters, his best major championship showing in five previous appearances, and T24 at THE PLAYERS. However, as has been the case over his last seven starts, he hasn't really contended in anything since the Valspar loss in March. The 24-year-old finished T35 in his U.S. Open debut in last year's edition at Pinehurst No. 2.
Jun 16 - 3:52 PM

Patrick Reed is committed to competing in this week's Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.

Reed had originally planned on playing this week's BMW PGA Championship and next week's Irish Open on the European Tour where he has membership. However, due to the health of a family member, he's remaining stateside for now. "I am really looking forward to playing on the European Tour this year which makes me even more disappointed to withdraw from Wentworth and the Irish Open," he said in a statement. "We will not be able to travel overseas at this time." Reed then relayed the following to Golf Channel's Tim Rosaforte in a text: "We have a family member who has been battling cancer and is now in hospice, and they say only has a few days if that left. So we don’t feel comfortable leaving the country at this time, and wanted to be able to go down and see him before he passes to say our goodbyes."
May 19 - 8:29 PM

Patrick Reed lapped Quail Hollow Club in 6-under-par 32-34=66 in today's opening round of the Wells Fargo Championship.

Reed split eight (of 14) fairways but manufactured only 11 scoring opportunities. He converted seven birdies for birdie, including rolls from 17'4" and 12'6" at the sixth and 10th holes, respectively. He also holed a 12-yarder from off the green at the par-3 second for an eight birdie to co-lead the field in total birdies. And while he squared two bogeys, Reed skirted another with a par save from 10'1" at the par-4 third. He signed his card sitting just one stroke off Robert Streb's clubhouse lead.
May 14 - 6:23 PM