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

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Patrick Reed has been removed from the published field of this week's Frys.com Open.
Well, this is a blow right out of the gate. Gamers that just drafted the three-time PGA TOUR winner haven't had much time to celebrate the selection. We should see enough of him to fulfill our expectations, but even he can't shush the knee-jerk cursing triggered by this news. Oct 6 - 1:14 PM
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Patrick Reed handed Henrik Stenson a 1-up loss in singles action at the Ryder Cup.

Looking at the American roster when the tournament began, Reed had to be considered one of the biggest wild cards on the squad. He relished the stage, quieting the crowd at Gleneagles with a "shh" after a par save on the seventh hole and going nuts when he won the next hole with birdie. He hit the par-5 18th in two and secured the birdie, while Stenson missed a short birdie that would have halved the hole and the match. Instead, the full point goes to the visitors who now trail 12-7. When it was all said and done, Reed compiled a 3-0-1 record and netted more points than any other American this week. Stenson wasn't a slouch either, going 3-1-0 for the tournament.
Sep 28 - 10:43 AM

Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth halved their foursomes match with Martin Kaymer and Justin Rose at the Ryder Cup.

Reed and Spieth led following 10 of the 18 holes, but several short misses by Reed proved to be the difference. The most obvious came at the par-5 16th, when he had a short par putt to claim the hole. He lipped it out and halved the hole with bogey. The Europeans had their own sins on the greens, as Kaymer notably missed several putts from short range. Of the four matches in the fourth session, this was the only match where the U.S. drew any blood. They lost the session 3½-½ and trail 10-6 entering singles on Sunday.
Sep 27 - 1:09 PM

Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth blew out Thomas Björn and Martin Kaymer 5 and 3 for their second four-ball win in the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles.

The Ryder Cup rookies are proving to be quite the dynamic duo, answering their 5-and-4 win in the first session with another blowout. It wasn't easy early, as Björn and Kaymer were 2 up through four holes. Reed and Spieth answered with seven birdies over the final 11 holes to smother the European flame. That draws the Americans to within one point overall at 6-5, with the U.S. squad leading the only match left on the course in the third session. Reed and Spieth spilled the beans in their interview after the match that they will go out in foursomes for the fourth session. Captain Tom Watson caught plenty of criticism for benching the kids in foursomes yesterday and has decided not to make the same mistake twice.
Sep 27 - 7:22 AM

Patrick Reed is set to give it a go at Gleneagles this week for his Ryder Cup debut.

The polarizing Reed enters the week with no Ryder Cup experience but a boatload of confidence. It's no secret by now that he hasn't been the model of consistency, but his upside remains at an elite level, proven by his three career victories before the age of 24. The up-and-down nature of his game makes him a tough pick in weekly tournaments but he could provide the perfect spark that Team USA needs this week.
Sep 25 - 8:18 AM

Patrick Reed followed his opening 67 at the TOUR Championship with a 4-over-par 37-37=74 in today's second round.

And he opened birdie-birdie at East Lake today! Reed first hit the wall with a double bogey at the par-4 fourth. He slammed into it again at the par-4 seventh with another double. He added bogey-5s at 10, 16 and 17 to hide a birdie at the par-5 15th and posted 1-over 141 at the break, nine strokes off the 36-hole lead. If not for a par save from 12'10" at the par-4 13th, he'd have an even earlier tee time on Saturday.
Sep 12 - 2:53 PM

Patrick Reed fashioned a 3-under-par 33-34=67 in his opening round of the TOUR Championship to snare sole possession of the clubhouse lead.

Reed is the ultimate polarizer, both with his words and his golf game. Today's will yield smiles across the fantasy landscape as he smothered a lone bogey-5 at the 10th hole with four birdies. It comes on the heels of a closing 67 at the BMW Championship where he rose to, gulp, T53 as a result. Overall, Reed split eight (of 14) fairways and hit 13 greens in regulation at East Lake. All of his conversions measured less than 10 feet.
Sep 11 - 4:51 PM

Patrick Reed turns his attention to East Lake Golf Club for his TOUR Championship debut.

Reed finds himself 18th in the FedExCup standings after a roller-coaster season. After winning two times in his fist 10 events, he's gone on to finish outside the top 30 in 12 of his last 17 tournaments. With only 29 golfers teeing it up this week, Reed will be assured a top 30, but he still remains a boom-or-bust option for gamers.
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Sep 8 - 10:42 PM

Patrick Reed swallowed a third-round 11-over-par 38-44=82 in the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship to miss the 54-hole cut on the number at 5-over 218.

Reed was unable to find a single birdie at TPC Boston, squaring three bogeys and four double bogeys. Joining him without a tee time for the final round are Brendon de Jonge (218), Andres Romero (219), Scott Brown (220), Matt Jones (223), Freddie Jacobson (224) and Matt Every (227).
Aug 31 - 5:38 PM

Patrick Reed carded a second straight 3-under-par 68 at the Deutsche Bank Championship to post 6-under 136 at the break, two strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

Reed should be pleased with today's effort in that he squared only one bogey, that a 4 at the 16th hole. He first broke par with a hole-out for eagle from a bunker 15 yards away at the drivable, par-4 fourth. While he dropped in two birdies thereafter, his longest conventional conversion fell for par from 22'9" at the par-4 15th. Overall, he hit 13 greens in regulation, one more than Friday's lid-lifter.
Aug 30 - 6:15 PM

Patrick Reed shot a 3-under-par 35-33=68 in his opening round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, finishing three strokes off the clubhouse lead.

Reed is eighth in the FedExCup standings, so he'll be busy right through the Ryder Cup. As a winner at both a shootout at the Humana and in a deep field at Doral, he entered the DBC as a favorite to contend. Today, he split eight (of 14) fairways and hit 12 greens in regulation en route to five birdies against two bogeys. In fact, his most impressive conversion dropped for bogey at the par-4 fifth. He took a penalty after a poor tee ball and eventually stood over his ball laying 4 in the rough 20 yards away from the cup. Reed then holed it for a 5. His longest conventional conversion measured 12'5" for birdie at the par-4 first.
Aug 29 - 3:35 PM

Patrick Reed crafted a 6-under-par 32-33=65 in the final round of The Barclays to establish a legitimate clubhouse lead at 9-under 275.

Considering the 54-hole lead was only one stroke lower than that of the night before, it's not out of the question that Reed could end up in a playoff. His round featured seven birdies to just one bogey at Ridgewood CC. Three of those birdies found the cup from outside of 13 feet, including a 23'3" effort on the par-4 sixth hole, and three more fell from between eight and 10 feet. When it was all added up, he gained over four strokes with his flat stick. He entered the FedExCup Playoffs ranked ninth in the standings, and has essentially reserved his seat at the table for all four legs of the Playoffs with his result this week.
Aug 24 - 2:40 PM

Patrick Reed spun a bogey-free, 5-under-par 33-33=66 in his second round of The Barclays to post 5-under 137, three swings back of the 36-hole clubhouse co-leaders.

Reed arrived at Ridgewood slotted ninth in the FedExCup standings, so he's poised for a chance at the whole enchilada. Today, he split 10 (of 13) fairways and hit 13 greens in regulation en route to five birdies. He capped his front nine with a conversion from 15'2" at the par-4 ninth hole, and would walk off with a 29'2" birdie at the par-4 18th.
Aug 22 - 5:38 PM

Patrick Reed opened his title defense of the Wyndham Championship with a 1-over-par 35-36=71.

This was about as poorly as he could have scored today. With his wife, Justine, toting the bag again, he went 0-for-3 in scrambling en route to three bogeys and picked off only two birdies. He concluded the loop sitting eight strokes off Camilo Villegas' overnight lead and with a strokes gained-putting clip of -2.201. Reed is the reigning champion of three events, so he'll have to get used to the responsibilities that go with the success.
Aug 14 - 7:42 PM

Patrick Reed picked up his first of three PGA TOUR wins in the last 12 months at last year's Wyndham Championship and is back to defend this week.

There is little doubt that Reed will be riding high after scoring a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team via automatic qualification after the PGA Championship. The real value to gamers this week is understanding how he handles the pressure of defending. With title defenses forthcoming at the Humana Challenge and WGC-Cadillac Championship early in 2015, his play at Sedgefield this week could provide insight as to how he will show in those events.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 12 - 9:48 PM