Of course, we’re talking about Patrick Reed. In afternoon fourb-alls, Reed, who is playing alongside Jordan Spieth, holed out from 79 yards for an eagle at the 6th to go 1-up in a super compettive match against Europe’s Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson.
— Ryder Cup USA (@RyderCupUSA) October 1, 2016
Reed is seriously too much fun to watch in these biennial matches, pitting the Europe against the U.S. The Americans are winning two matches at the moment and have the slimmest one-point overall lead in the Ryder Cup.
If you’re not watching, I suggest you get to a television or the internet or even your phone and tune into the coverage of these epic matches.