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  • Turned Pro
    2011
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Patrick Reed

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Reed achieved his first major title at the 2018 Masters, beating Rickie Fowler by a stroke eight months after being a joint runner-up in the PGA Championship, and he has won two World Golf Championships, most recently in Mexico in February 2020 when he defeated Bryson DeChambeau by one.
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  • 2014

    Open debut

  • Cooking, Antiques

    Special Interests

  • 10th - Royal Portrush 2019

    Best Open finish

Reed achieved his first major title at the 2018 Masters, beating Rickie Fowler by a stroke eight months after being a joint runner-up in the PGA Championship, and he has won two World Golf Championships, most recently in Mexico in February 2020 when he defeated Bryson DeChambeau by one.

Patrick Reed

The winner of the 2006 Junior Open, Reed has since made it into the world’s top six and been part of the last three Ryder and Presidents Cup teams. Although America lost at Gleneagles in 2014 he was their top-scorer and unbeaten, while at Hazeltine he again top-scored for his team and beat Rory McIlroy in a memorable singles battle.

The Texan had already won twice on the PGA Tour when he became, at 23, the youngest winner of a World Golf Championships event. That was the 2014 Cadillac Championship in Miami and he began the following season by beating Jimmy Walker in a play-off at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in Hawaii.

Reed subsequently added the 2016 Barclays title, was second to Francesco Molinari on the 2018 European Tour money list after a joint runner-up finish at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, and in 2019 grabbed the Northern Trust title by one from Abraham Ancer.

Venue
Finish
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
Par
Royal Portrush 2019
10
71
67
71
71
280
-4
Carnoustie 2018
T28
75
70
68
71
284
-
Royal Birkdale 2017
M/C
73
75
-
-
-
M/C
Royal Troon 2016
T12
66
74
71
72
283
-1
St Andrews 2015
T20
72
70
67
72
281
-7
Royal Liverpool 2014
M/C
78
71
-
-
-
M/C

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