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Patrick Reed

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

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Patrick Reed torched Colonial Country Club with a 5-under-par 32-33=65 during the first round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invivational, just one stroke off the current leader Bryce Molder.
The Texan opened on the back nine and showcased his putter early and often. The first highlight was a 13'7" birdie splash at the par-4 12th hole. It was his first of six eventual putts made from outside 11 feet. The longest was a 39'5" birdie bomb on the par-4 seventh hole. Reed entered the week with eight top 10s on the season, despite ranking just 110th in strokes gained putting. Traditionally, that's been an asset for him, so gamers have been waiting for a putting breakout round like this one. Gamers should watch closely as the week progresses because if his flat stick stays warms, it could be a very lucrative summer for Reed. May 26 - 3:43 PM

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Patrick Reed will tee it up in his home state of Texas as he sets his focus on this week's DEAN & DELUCA Invitational.

Reed has earned a pair of top 50s during his first two trips to Colonial Country Club, but nothing inside the top 30. He's yet to record a true low round as his 2013 R3 of 3-under 67 still sits as his best. That looks ripe for the picking this week, as Reed enters with eight top 10s in 15 starts this season. The San Antonio native enjoys playing in his home state, collecting top 20s in three of his last four Texas events. Reed may fly in a little under the radar, but gamers should not overlook him this week.
May 24 - 9:49 PM

Patrick Reed fashioned a 3-under-par 35-34=69 in the final round of the Valero Texas Open for a 72-hole total of 11-under 277, up three on the leaderboard to solo second, one shy of champion Charley Hoffman.

Playing out of the penultimate threesome, Reed and Hoffman were the main players down the stretch. The San Antonio native began the final frame on 8-under in solo fifth, three back of 54-hole leader Ricky Barnes, one shy of Hoffman. Making his third visit to the Valero with a previous-best T35 in 2012 -- and first since a missed cut in 2013, he birdied the third and fifth before squaring his lone bogey at the par-3 seventh to turn 1-under. At that point, he was T2 with Hoffman (and Barnes), one back of Martin Piller, who was thru 10. The 25-year-old came home in bogey-free 2-under, circling two, including a tap-in from 10 inches on 18, but could only watch as Hoffman slammed home a nine-footer for the win. Reed settles for his TOUR-leading eighth top 10 of the season (13 starts), and third career runner-up, second in 2016 (Hyundai TOC).
Apr 24 - 6:32 PM

Patrick Reed rallied for a 2-under-par 36-34=70 in today's third round of the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio for a 54-hole total of 8-under 208, three swings back of leader Ricky Barnes.

The San Antonio native leads the TOUR in top 10s this season with seven on 12 starts. He's on the verge of adding to his total, residing in solo fifth after 54 holes. It took a late surge for the 25-year-old to get there however, sitting birdie-less 1-over thru 13 holes, but played his final five holes in 3-under, circling birdies on Nos. 14, 15 and a two-putt version on the 18th. The highlight on his lap was reaching the par-5 18th in two, the first player in the field this week to accomplish that.
Apr 23 - 8:40 PM

Patrick Reed fought hard for a 1-over-par 36-37=73 in the second round of the Valero Texas Open, maintaining sight of the current leader, just four strokes back at 6-under 138.

Reed closed out the final portion of his first round this morning and got back out on the course not long after. The second round was head toward train wreck territory after he opened bogey-par-double-bogey. He bounced back nicely with a 22'1" birdie bomb on the par-4 14th hole. His ball-striking was beautiful for most of the day, but his flat stick really let him down. Reed missed two birdie attempts from inside six feet and two more par-saving attempts from inside seven feet. He walked off the course losing 3.078 strokes putting on the round. Reed will need a big improvement on the greens if he wants to make a run at the trophy over the weekend.
Apr 22 - 3:53 PM

Patrick Reed closed out his first round at the Valero Texas Open with a bogey-free, 7-under-par 34-31=65, just one stroke off the leader Brendan Steele.

Reed entered the week uncharacteristically ranked 151st in strokes gained putting. The best way to avoid a cold putter is to not use it and that's exactly what he did twice, holing out from off the green at the par-3 13th and then again at the par-3 16th hole. Four of his other birdies came on putts from inside seven feet, with an 11'3" splash at the par-4 17th going as the longest putt converted. Reed was a part of the Thursday p.m. wave that got stranded due to darkness. It did not affect him as he closed Thursday at 4-under and came out today with three more circles. The Houston resident is 1-for-2 at this event, but this week is his first appearance since 2013.
Apr 22 - 10:20 AM

Patrick Reed authored a bogey-free 5-under-par 34-33=67 in the final round of the Shell Houston Open for a four-day tally of 9-under 279, up 19 places on the live leaderboard to T10. UPDATE: With play completed, Reed finished in a three-way T10 for his third straight top 10 of the season and TOUR-leading seventh overall in 11 starts.

The Spring, Texas, resident was making his third Shell visit with a best (and disappointing) T17 last year, where he was T10 thru 54 holes (68-71-67) but closed in 1-over 73. Reed began this year's finale T29 on 4-under (69-71-72) and wrapped with five birdies, including three straight on Nos. 14-16, each from between 11 and 16 feet. He heads to the Masters for his third straight appearance posting a missed cut in 2014 and a T22 last year.
Apr 3 - 4:12 PM

Patrick Reed returns to Humble, Texas, in anticipation of a home game at this week's Shell Houston Open.

The Houston resident will be sleeping in his own bed this week as he takes his third stab at this event. He missed the cut in his 2013 debut before returning last year with a T17. Reed does not frequent this course in his off-weeks (Houston is a big city, after all), but he is familiar with the local surroundings. He was in Austin, Texas, last week for the WGC-Dell Match Play, advancing out of his difficult group before getting bounced by Dustin Johnson in the Round of 16. Reed arrives with 10 finishes inside the top 10 on the season, and should be treated as a top-tier option in all formats this week.
Mar 30 - 8:59 AM

In a battle of unbeatens, ninth-seeded Patrick Reed ousted 17-seed Phil Mickelson 5-and-4 on Friday at the WGC-Dell Match Play to advance to the Round of 16 as the Group 9 winner, and will face the winner of Group 8. UPDATE: Reed will face Dustin Johnson in the final 16.

Reed improved to a perfect 3-0-0 and has yet to trail in any match this week. He was 2-1 in group play last year, but eventual semifinalist Danny Willett won the group with a 3-0 mark. The 25-year-old opened his third Match Play with a 1-up win over Daniel Berger on day one, before dispatching Matthew Fitzpatrick 4-and-3 on Thursday. He made even quicker work of his Hall of Fame opponent on Friday, who struggled from the outset. Reed went 2 up with par '4s' on Nos. 1 and 2 while Mickelson was carding a '6' and '5', respectively. The Texan pushed to 5 up thru six holes after a run of birdie-birdie-eagle, and was 6 up at the turn with par on the par-4 ninth. He cruised to 7 up with a hole-out eagle-2 on 10 (from 95 yards) before Mickelson (2-1-0) finally won holes 11 and 13 with his first two birdies of the match.
Mar 25 - 6:40 PM

Patrick Reed showcased his head-to-head muscle with a 4-and-3 victory over Matthew Fitzpatrick in the second round of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

Reed got the party started early for the second straight day. He splashed in a 7'10" birdie on the par-4 third hole and added a 14'9" birdie roll on the following hole for a little cushion. He missed a 5'2" par-saving attempt to give one back at the par-4 fifth. Fear not, because Fitzpatrick squared the next hole to give Reed that two-hole lead, once again. Reed added another birdie at the par-4 10th hole. The lead was never in question on the back nine today, and Reed will take his 2-0-0 record into the third round where he'll face off against Phil Mickelson. Fitzpatrick is eliminated at this point, but he'll get one more match tomorrow against Daniel Berger.
Mar 24 - 3:46 PM

Patrick Reed led for all 18 holes as he walked away with a 1-up victory over Daniel Berger in the first round of this week's World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

The match-play specialist kicked off the day with a 17'11" birdie splash and backed it up with a 9'3" birdie on the next hole, grabbing an early 2-up lead. Berger did not lay down and hide from there, adding a birdie of his own on the par-4 third hole. The duo traded blows through the round, with Reed never getting any higher than 3-up. Things got interesting as Berger fired in a 19'6" birdie on the par-3 17th hole, trailing by just one as they walked onto the 18th tee box. Both golfers circled birdies on the last, meaning Reed escaped with victory intact as they turn their attention toward Phil Mickelson and Matthew Fitzpatrick from here.
Mar 23 - 5:45 PM

Ninth-seeded Patrick Reed tees it up in his third straight World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play and headlines a Group 9 that includes Phil Mickelson, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Daniel Berger.

Reed went 2-1 in round robin last year at TPC Harding Park, but England's Danny Willett won the group with a 3-0 record so Reed was eliminated and left with T17. He went T17 the year prior also (old format), losing in Rd. 2 to South African George Coetzee. The Texas native and resident has five top 10s this season in nine events, including a T7 two weeks ago at the Valspar in his latest start. Reed went 1-2-1 at the 2015 Presidents Cup in his most recent match-play action.
Mar 22 - 7:31 PM

Patrick Reed signed for a 2-over-par 39-34=73 after the final round of the Valspar Championship for a four-day total of 2-under 282, down two on the leaderboard and into a four-way T7 with play winding down for the day.

Reed, a playoff combatant here last year before settling for a T2 in his third appearance, began his final frame (T5) on 4-under and four strokes back of 54-hole leader Bill Haas. Looking for his fifth TOUR title in his 105th career start, first since the 2015 Hyundai TOC, chased rounds of 71-70-68 with today's one-birdie three-bogey effort. The 25-year-old squared those three on a birdie-less first half before circling his lone birdie from 25 inches on the par-5 11th. He hit just six (of 13) fairways and six greens in regulation in R4, and finished the week with only nine birdies -- T51 in the field -- but just seven bogeys, T3 in that category. This will be Reed's fifth top 10 of the season in nine events.
Mar 13 - 6:03 PM

Patrick Reed enjoyed a 3-under-par 35-33=68 in the third round of the Valspar Championship for a three-day total of 4-under 209, up 10 places on the live leaderboard to T5, one back of 54-hole clubhouse leader Charley Hoffman. UPDATE: With play completed, Reed is T5, four in arrears of 54-hole leader Bill Haas.

Reed, a playoff loser here last year in his third appearance, entered off a couple of indifferent starts. He followed a missed cut (by three) at The Honda Classic (74-72) with a confidence-sucking T52 last week at Trump National Doral (77-74-74-72). After opening 71-70, he was trending in the right direction at least, and finally put a round in the 60s for the first time since a closing-65 at the AT&T Pebble Beach. The 25-year-old split 11 (of 13) fairways and hit 11 greens in regulation, outpacing one bogey with four birdies, including on the difficult par-4 16th from 12'10" and dropping an 18-footer on the par-3 17th for back-to-backs. Reed was 3-over on the Snake Pit thru the first two days before his effort on Saturday.
Mar 12 - 4:44 PM

Patrick Reed stumbled to a 2-over-par 35-37=72 in today's second round of The Honda Classic and with a 36-hole total of 6-over 146, missed the cut by three shots. NOTE: A total of 78 players made the cut on 3-over 143 but Jason Bohn (71-73) was a WD after the cut.

Reed ends a streak of 14 consecutive made cuts on TOUR -- along with 2012 Honda champ Rory McIlroy. Perhaps he had one eye on next week's WGC-Cadillac Championship, where he is the 2014 champ. Whatever the case, the 25-year-old entered the week a career-best No. 9 in the Official World Golf Ranking and a pre-tourney 20/1 outright after T6 in his last start at Pebble Beach. He leaves with 36-hole totals of just three birdies (one in R2) against nine bogeys and only half of his greens in regulation on both days. Joining Reed with early exits are: 144- Charles Howell III; McIlroy; Matthew Fitzpatrick; Jonas Blixt ... 145- Daniel Berger ... 146- Keegan Bradley; Zach Johnson; 2014 champ Russell Henley; Bernd Wiesberger ... 147- Branden Grace ... 148- Jason Kokrak ... 151- 2007 champ Mark Wilson ... 152- 2011 champ Rory Sabbatini.
Feb 26 - 6:59 PM