Tag: Patrick Reed

Presidents Cup, Internationals, and Nerves

Presidents Cup

USA Comes Back at Presidents Cup, Catches Internationals In years past, I have failed to pay sufficient attention to the Presidents Cup. The Ryder and Solheim, sure, but I didn’t realize how epic the competition could get at this event sitting quietly in the back seat from the headlienrs. The U.S. versus the Internationals, or …

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Patrick Reed – Here We Go Again?

Patrick Reed

Australia Heats Up with Reed During Presidents Cup The dust-up with the rules committee and Patrick Reed in the Hero World Challenge is spilling over into subsequent events. This week, it’s the Presidents Cup, played biannually since the mid ’90s. Not as well known as the Ryder Cup, in which the U.S. takes on Europe, …

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Masters Winners Have Good Nerves – No Exceptions

Masters Winners

 Patrick Reed Shows Great Nerves, Holds Off Best at Masters I had to stop and think about how long I’ve been watching this tournament. It comes well over half a century, and I don’t believe that I’ve ever missed a year. Still, as an adult, I don’t watch the Masters in the same way I …

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Spieth’s Happy New Year

Spieth In Fine Form As New Year Starts For about a month now, I’ve been casting about for things to write that didn’t directly connect with the act of hitting a golf ball. It was all about the game of golf, but not about hitting the ball, or about somebody special hitting the ball. When …

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Patrick Reed – A Whodunnit

Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed Accused of Cheating? Unflattering Book on PGA Golfer – Patrick Reed to be Released The PGA might be bound by a code of ethics, as many organizations are, but within the field of qualified golfers to play the game at the top level, every sort of personality type is present, even one like …

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Looking for Numerology in the PGA

Patrick Reed

  Interpreting the Numbers on the PGA       Following the Humana Challenge this week, someone placed young Patrick Reed in the position of being, perhaps, the next greatest thing in the post-Tiger era. I was, of course, astonished, one more than one front. First of all, the post-Tiger era? With so much Tiger …

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