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Patrick Reed |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (24) / 8/5/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 180
College: Augusta State

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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

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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

Patrick Reed nearly let the jaws of defeat ruin his day, but he emerged with a 1-up victory in today's third round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

At 0-2 entering the day, Moore was playing potential spoiler today since Reed was 1-1. It was no contest by the turn where Reed led 5-up on the shoulders of a trio of birdie-wins and two wins via pars. Moore then took Nos. 10 (par), 11 (birdie) and 12 (birdie) to shave the deficit to 2-down. After trading birdie-wins, Moore would win the par-3 17th with par. They traded birdies at the last where the match ended none too soon for Reed, who now needs Andy Sullivan to beat Danny Willett and force a three-way playoff.
May 1 - 6:59 PM

Patrick Reed upended Andy Sullivan 2 and 1 in the first round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

Sullivan made his PGA TOUR debut today. He's a recent two-time champ in South Africa, so blame the Official World Golf Ranking if you're not happy with his inclusion this week. However, he gave Reed a good test at TPC Harding Park, at least early. Reed bogeyed the par-3 third and fourth holes to go 2-down. He cut the deficit in half with a birdie-4 at the fifth and squared with a par-4 at 10. Reed took his first lead when the Englishman conceded the par-4 11th. They'd return to all square at 14 before Reed's birdie at the par-4 15th served as the final swing of the pendulum. Sullivan's bogey at the par-3 17th pounded the last nail in his coffin. Reed will battle Danny Willett in the penultimate match on Thursday. Sullivan and Ryan Moore will be the finale of the second round.
Apr 29 - 6:48 PM

Patrick Reed completed 36 holes of the RBC Heritage in 3-over-par 71-74=145 and will miss the cut.

He found only half of the 28 fairways and 19 greens in regulation at Harbour Town this week. Reed circled eight birdies, but he also incurred five bogeys and a trio of double bogey-6s. This ends his consecutive cuts made streak at 18, although eight of those starts didn't feature a cut. His last MC came at The Open Championship nine months ago. Regardless, he figures to be a force at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship in two weeks.
Apr 17 - 3:31 PM

Patrick Reed backed up his opening 70 at the Masters with an even-par 36-36=72 in today's second round.

Reed is not doing himself any favors with his approach game. For the second consecutive round, he hit only 11 greens in regulation. Today's scored was balanced with four birdies and four bogeys, but with Jordan Spieth sitting 14-under 130, pars are net-bogeys on some holes for those in pursuit. That lot includes Reed, who sits 12 strokes back.
Apr 10 - 5:19 PM

Patrick Reed posted 2-under-par 36-34=70 in his opening round of the 79th Masters, finishing three strokes back of the clubhouse co-leaders.

Reed is making just his second appearances at Augusta National, and today's was just his third round in competition, but it's easily his best. While he penciled in a quartet of bogey-5s, he counterbalanced with six birdies, including on each of the four par 5s. His other two disappeared at the par-3 fourth and the par-4 11th, both of which are very much bonuses. Because he's already a four-time winner on the PGA TOUR, it's hard to believe that this is just his fifth start in a major. He has yet to contend, but Reed has a firm grasp on the it-factor needed to overcome whatever nerves may emerge on the weekend.
Apr 9 - 3:18 PM

Patrick Reed eliminated all doubt that he's feeling just fine during a 5-under-par 34-33=67 in his third round of the Shell Houston Open.

Concern over a sore right knee surrounded him on Friday, but he shook it off for all to see on the par-3 16th hole. Wielding a 5-iron from 179 yards, Reed jarred his tee ball for a hole-in-one. After a few paces toward the green, he raced his caddie across the S-shaped boardwalk. (See Reed in full sprint in the link below.) His game was also quite fine as he complemented the highlight with five birdies, including a conventional conversion from 21'10" at the par-5 13th and a hole-out from off the green 13 yards away at the par-4 third. Suddenly, despite starting on the back side of the Golf Club of Houston today, Reed is inside the top 15 at 10-under 206, just three strokes off the pace of the 54-hole clubhouse co-leaders.
Apr 4 - 4:47 PM

Patrick Reed backed up for a 1-under-par 34-37=71 in today's second round of the Shell Houston Open.

Despite the sub-par score, he took a pretty good hit on the leaderboard since the field abused the Golf Club of Houston today. Reed split half of the 14 fairways but he landed 16 greens in regulation. That's a strong total given he wasn't 100 percent. Per broadcaster Will Haskett on Twitter during the round, "Patrick Reed with a bad wheel. Tweaked his right knee yesterday and started to limp a bit today. Watch for left misses when his legs go bad." That was prescient analysis as Reed rinsed his tee ball well left of the fairway at the par-4 18th hole en route to a walk-off double bogey. He failed to salvage par on the other hole where he missed his GIR (the par-4 third), but picked off four birdies to save the round. Three of his par breakers disappeared from outside 13 feet, including rolls from 31'9" and 23'1" at Nos. 5 and 8, respectively. At 5-under 139, he's six strokes adrift of the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Apr 3 - 7:07 PM

Patrick Reed submitted a 4-under-par 37-31=68 for his opening round of the Shell Houston Open, five strokes adrift of the clubhouse lead.

Reed lives in Spring, Texas, so he's but a short commute to the Golf Club of Houston this week. This is his first start since losing in a playoff at the Valspar Championship. He split only six (of 14) fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation today, but found a groove on his inward nine. His conversions included a hole-out from the fairway for eagle from 99 yards at the par-5 fourth and a walk-off hole-out from the rough 12 yards away at the par-3 ninth. At last check, Reed ranked fifth in the field of 144 in strokes gained: tee-to-green with a clip of 2.712.
Apr 2 - 2:54 PM

Patrick Reed lit up Innisbrook Resort & Golf Club's Copperhead Course for a bogey-free 5-under-par 35-31=66 in the final round of the Valspar Championship, but lost in a three-way playoff on the third extra hole to Jordan Spieth.

The immediate takeaway from this tournament was Jordan Spieth's 28-foot dagger on the par-3 17th where the tournament ended, but Reed would have won a game of HORSE with his touch around the greens late today. Always with a flair for the dramatic, he holed a birdie from 30'7" on the par-4 18th hole to post 10-under 274 and bump Henrik Stenson from the clubhouse lead. The American then manufactured a par on the first playoff hole (the par-4 18th) from an impossible lie in a greenside bunker. He chased that with a nifty up-and-down from the cabbage behind the green at the par-4 16th to extend. And even when he found a greenside bunker at the finale, his blast came to rest to a comfortable range for a potential par that he never hit because Spieth had already clinched. Prior to his final conversion in regulation, Reed buried four other birdies, each longer than the one before.
Mar 15 - 5:26 PM

Patrick Reed spun a 3-under-par 36-32=68 in the third round of the Valspar Championship and is the new clubhouse leader at 5-under 208.

On a difficult day for scoring at the Copperhead Course, Reed circled four birdies to just one bogey. A sound putter produced a 23'11" birdie on the par-3 13th and a 15'4" birdie on the par-5 14th, producing highlights on back-to-back holes. Only Jordan Spieth sits higher than Reed in real time, and that is just by a lone stroke. It is not out of the question for Reed's number to stand up heading into the final 18 holes.
Mar 14 - 4:07 PM

Patrick Reed opened his title defense of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship with a 1-under-par 33-38=71.

Reed shot out of the gates today with birdies on his first three holes. He capped the run with a conversion from 33'4" at the par-5 12th. Alas, despite birdies from 31'7" at the par-3 15th and 28'4" at the par-3 fourth, he dropped shots on 18, 2, 6 and 9 to finally coming to rest three strokes adrift of Alexander Levy's clubhouse lead. Once the entire field finishes, Reed's deficit will likely double or worse.
Mar 5 - 4:34 PM

Patrick Reed signed for a 3-over-par 35-38=73 following his final round of The Honda Classic and finished in a tied for seventh place at 3-under 277.

He came to rest three strokes off the pace of the 72-hole co-leaders. Reed can blame his fade on the pitfalls of The Bear Trap. He played holes 15, 16 and 17 double bogey-bogey-bogey. And that chased a beauty of a birdie from 17'3" on the difficult par-4 14th. His only other birdie was even more impressive. That came via a hole-out from off the green 11 yards away at the par-3 fifth. Reed will lick his wounds before getting back after it. He has a title to defend at this week's World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.
Mar 2 - 11:45 AM

Patrick Reed battled for an even-par 35-35=70 in the third round of The Honda Classic and is tied for second with Padraig Harrington at 6-under 204.

Reed alternated three birdies and three bogeys on his lap around PGA National's Champion Course, with an 18'9" birdie on the par-4 16th standing as the highlight. He ended his round with a birdie at the par-5 18th, meaning he birdied two of his final three holes. He'll be playing the role of the chaser for the final 18 holes, as Ian Poulter owns a three-stroke lead in his quest to win a stroke play event for the first time on U.S. soil.
Mar 1 - 4:03 PM