MELBOURNE, Australia – Patrick Reed’s documentary, Kessler Karain, confirmed that he was in a crash with a fan in the Presidential Cup on Saturday.
Reed’s forgotten campaign at the Royal Melbourne Golf Club, amid allegations of cheating, continued after a third consecutive defeat with Webb teammate Simpson.
Picked up and shaken throughout the 13th Presidential Cup after cheering on the World Hero Challenge, 2018 Masters champion Reed went down 5 and 3 to International pair Hideki Matsuyama and C.T. Get up at four in the morning.
The result led to a clash between Reed’s caddy and a supporter before the four-day stretch.
“As a caddy, one of your jobs is to protect your player,” Karain said in a statement on Fore Play.
“We are known for having a good banter, but after listening to a lot of fans in Australia for three days some took it too far. I had enough.
“Riding the bike, the man was about three meters from Patrick and said, ‘I’m catching you. “I got out of the basket and pushed him in. I said a few things, maybe some subversives.
“I don’t think there is a caddy I know that could blame me.
“The biggest damage that was caused was a little bit of spilled beer, which I’m very happy to compensate.”
Reed is the No. 1 public enemy after his two-year sentence during last week’s Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas.
Already an unlucky figure on the PGA Tour, American golfer Reed was punished for improving his lie on the boat, hitting the sand twice during his practice swing, sparking controversy and cheating allegations.
Going into Day 1, Reed mocked Melbourne crowds on Friday, mimicking a spade-shattering move.
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