Patrick Reed’s career has been fascinating.
Reed was dismissed from the University of Georgia and found a new home at Augusta State. He helped the Jaguars win back to back NCAA National titles in 2010, and 2011.
Reed turned pro shortly after the 2011 National Championship and earned his full-time PGA Tour card prior to the 2013 season. He won the Wyndham Championship in a playoff against Jordan Spieth during his rookie campaign.
Reed was soon known as “Captain America”, after he won the singles match at 2014 Ryder Cup. Reed defeated Rickie Fowler in the Masters finals in 2018.
Reed, who had nine victories and a green jacket, left the PGA Tour in 2022 to join LIV Golf. Reed resigned from the PGA Tour in June 2022, and since then has won more than $2M.