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Shane Ryan’s new book “The Cup They Couldn’t Lose” focuses on some of Patrick Reed’s alleged improprieties inside and outside the golf course.
Reed has been featured in Ryan’s books before, as he wrote about Reed’s controversial college career in 2015.
College career of Patrick Reed
Patrick Reed was enrolled at the University of Georgia in Athens in 2008, but was kicked off the golf team after violating the team’s alcohol rules multiple times.
After being arrested for underage drinking and possessing a fake ID, Patrick Reed was placed on probation and ordered to perform community service.
After a watch, a putter, and $400 in cash went missing from the locker room, Reed’s teammates turned on him, accusing him of stealing them.
In the end, Reed attended Augusta State, where he was once again accused of wrongdoing after his scorecards were allegedly shaved.
Instead of kicking him off the team, the coach suspended him for two matches.
Reed led Augusta to two national titles, including one against his former college and teammates, Georgia.
As a professional, Patrick Reed hasn’t been immune to controversy
Because Reed is unpredictable, many believed Tiger Woods had made a deal with the devil when he selected him for the Presidents Cup in 2019.
Reed was penalized for improving the lie that his ball had at the Hero World Classic prior to the Presidents Cup, but he later argued that the TV camera angles made it appear worse than it actually was.
His rivals expressed frustration over his actions.
To give a bit of a bullseye response like the camera angle, that’s pretty high,” said fellow golfer Cameron Smith.