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Chris DiMarco calls Patrick Reed a cheater and a “d*ck” in social media rant

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On Sunday evening, former PGA Tour professional, Chris DiMarco, took to social media and unleashed an explicit rant directed at Patrick Reed following the Texan’s playoff defeat at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

DiMarco brandished Reed a cheater and a d*ck as he posted a series of tweets criticizing the 29-year-old’s character.

DiMarco’s outburst comes after a spectator at the event screamed “cheater” after Reed had struck his birdie attempt during the third playoff hole at Kapalua.

In case you missed it, Reed was penalized two strokes for an infraction in a waste bunker during the Hero World Challenge.

 

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  1. Z

    Feb 7, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Says the guy who berated our girl working in the proshop for not getting a free cart (all parents paid $25) when his kid was playing a tournament at our course back in 09′. He literally pointed to his golf bag with a FL Gator on it that we had on display and said “do you now know who i am”? After that incident, any respect I had for Chris was out the window.

  2. patrick

    Jan 31, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    Says the d*ck who anchors his putter and has a fireplace worthy of a d*ck.

  3. Mark Jessop

    Jan 15, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    At least when a spectator shouted out he took it on the chin, unlike the child Thomas.

  4. Verne Lundquist

    Jan 14, 2020 at 8:26 pm

    “Well, here it comes………….Oh My Goodness…………………OH MY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!…..In your life have you ever seen anything like that?!?!?!………..” Verne Lundquist, 2005

  5. P Reed

    Jan 12, 2020 at 11:34 am

    DiMarco needs to go f*ck himself.

  6. Joe

    Jan 11, 2020 at 10:37 pm

    Coming from the guy that anchors his putter…

  7. vince

    Jan 11, 2020 at 7:08 am

    He’s not as bad as Lance Armstrong but the guy’s got issues for sure.

  8. Speedy

    Jan 9, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    “Noonan!”

  9. Gurn

    Jan 9, 2020 at 12:35 am

    Kuch is still a doochej
    Give Reed a break, 99% of the time he didn’t cheat
    Dj seems like she’s been clean
    I miss Phil

  10. MRC

    Jan 8, 2020 at 4:44 pm

    I found myself wanting Reed ti win the playoff after Xander was out. Hoping a Reed victory would have silenced all the Aussies down under!

  11. James

    Jan 8, 2020 at 11:06 am

    Nothing says d*ck like a pack of virtue-signalling hyena hypocrites who cry that Reed cheats while pretending that they have never cheated. Yes, all golfers have cheated at some point. Did it really matter? Probably not. Reed took the penalty. Done. You want to know the definition of d*ck? Rory McIlroy. And a cheater too. Rory tried to cheat last year at WGC Mexico by standing on a cart path and make a chip-out swing through a tree to coerce a drop. Through a tree! Nevermind that. He’s the media darling. Regardless some people feel like they need to tear into others to make their own washed-up selves feel better. Right, Chris?

  12. ActualFacts

    Jan 8, 2020 at 10:13 am

    Reed is an amazing talent and player but he’s got a victim’s mentality and he’s a cheater. It’s not speculation. It’s on camera for the world to see whenever queried. All he had to do was own up to it and move forward but like a true sociopath he refused to accept any responsibility. And the fact that he has a history possessing questionable integrity doesn’t bid well for arguments that people are merely picking on him just because. Reed is a cheater.

    • Bobby 18

      Jan 8, 2020 at 7:38 pm

      Reed cant see sand behind the flange, or feel 1/2 inch on the take away. It looked like a beach. As long as there is some doubt…Reed deserve’s the benefit of the doubt. Camera view was behind the take a way…yet Reeds view was on top looking down blocked by 3in wedge flange…just sayn

      • Josh

        Jan 17, 2020 at 9:56 am

        These professional golfers have a level of feel and touch that is extremely precise. They can typically tell when they’re holding a club with 1/2 and 1/4 too much / too little loft. You’re telling me Reed couldn’t feel himself pushing sand away twice?! Also, the mound of sand behind the ball also looked completely different after the two practice swings.

        He cheated, and he knew it.

  13. Chris

    Jan 7, 2020 at 10:47 pm

    Nothing says d*ck like that fake fireplace, tv above it,and taking a picture of said fireplace and tv to attach to a social media post calling the person on the tv a d*ck.

  14. Gilly Suit

    Jan 7, 2020 at 1:51 am

    Did Reed cheat to win two (2) NCAA Championships at Augusta State? Two (2) NCAA Championships in a row? Cheated to win both?

  15. roger

    Jan 6, 2020 at 9:52 pm

    People need to get over this Reed thing and move on. A couple years ago Lexi missed marked her ball on the green that looked obvious and i don’t remember anyone calling her a cheat. Reed violated a rule was assessed a penalty and moved on. There has been many people caught violating rules by TV and all were givin penalties and moved on. The golf channel loves to talk about his penalty. The thing of it is he violated a rule got penalized and moved on. I don”t need to here him say he was sorry. It’s over, forget about it.

  16. Jim

    Jan 6, 2020 at 6:41 pm

    Number of wins on the PGA Tour: Reed-7 DiMarco-3 . . . Number of majors Reed-1 DiMarco-0 . . . Go join your slappy brother in the broadcast booth on the Golf Channel . . . He couldn’t win squat either????

    • Joey5picks

      Jan 7, 2020 at 3:01 pm

      Me – 0 Tour wins, 0 Majors. And Reed is still a cheater.

    • Mike

      Jan 7, 2020 at 6:54 pm

      What does that have to do with ANYTHING??? So now only guys that have won multiple majors can have an opinion? Literally the dumbest comment I’ve seen in awhile.

    • John

      Jan 7, 2020 at 10:43 pm

      Name Calling ? Well as my father told me takes one to know one .
      And DiMarco IS THE BIGGEST EVER!

  17. James

    Jan 6, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    Chris who? Doesn’t his wife post nude selfies?

  18. DougE

    Jan 6, 2020 at 4:55 pm

    I’m no fan of Patrick Reed, not because he has been caught cheating a number of times dating back to his college golf days, but because of his better-than-thou attitude. I don’t understand why he has to act that way. I thought originally it was because he was just a young kid who didn’t have a proper upbringing, but he’s 29 now. Time to grow up. That chip on his shoulder is bigger than his head and THAT’s pretty big to begin with, both literally and figuratively. He’s got a fabulous game, even when he doesn’t cheat, but his reputation has been ruined and he did it to himself. It’s such a shame to be that good and have a terrible rep. What a waste.

    • Jeremy

      Jan 7, 2020 at 1:03 pm

      doug, what do you do for a living? make 50k at the local factory and sneak out to the muni once every two weeks when the kids are down and the wife isnt pissy? at least patrick reed is in a position where his rep matters.

      • Benny

        Jan 7, 2020 at 2:59 pm

        Seriously pal you are a joke for saying that. I have never worked in a factory but I respect any man who does.
        Keep looking down on people Jeremy. Life is going to be great to you. I’m sure of it.

        • Mike

          Jan 7, 2020 at 6:57 pm

          According to the genius Jeremy….only people that have made a certain amount of money can have an opinion. And if you’re a factory worker? You definitely can’t comment about Patrick Reed the cheater. Jeremy, I hope you’re smarter than you appear.

        • Jeremy

          Jan 10, 2020 at 1:12 pm

          You are currently defending somebody looking down on people,you hypocrite!

      • Rupert Cornelius

        Jan 8, 2020 at 10:06 pm

        Just when you thought Reed was the biggest jerk in the world, Jermey says hold my Louis XIII!

      • John

        Jan 9, 2020 at 10:24 am

        Yup, another friggn Golf Elitist who thinks money and possesions are what matters.

        Dude, you need to check yourself. You are as Rude as F.

      • Phillip

        Jan 13, 2020 at 4:40 pm

        Oops. Jeremy just lost his rep on here.

    • ChadB

      Jan 10, 2020 at 6:13 am

      A few years ago my then-middle school aged son and I were milling around the clubhouse at Crooked Stick near the end of the Sunday round of the BMW. Although the player’s exit was only a few feet away, we weren’t looking for autographs or really even paying much attention to who was leaving for that matter. We were waiting on some friends to meet us to leave the event. While waiting, Reed exited the clubhouse on his way to the parking lot. My son, who had his back to Reed, and I were the only patrons in the area. Reed tapped him on the shoulder as he walked by. He asked him if he’d enjoyed the day, how old he was, how his summer tournament season had gone, etc. The whole exchange took maybe 2 minutes. He had nothing to gain from this. Nobody else was around, no cameras. If he would’ve walked on by without noticing us we wouldn’t have thought anything of it. Does this mean I think Reed is a great guy, does it disprove all the other allegations levied at him in my mind? Of course not. What it does do, however, is convince me that whatever else Reed may be, there is more to him than what we see and hear.

      • The Real Don

        Jan 18, 2020 at 2:26 pm

        Nice! I love hearing these kinds of stories. We all make mistakes, like calling someone a ‘d*ck” on twitter or shoveling sand with a wedge, but it’s really about how or if we overcome those mistakes. I can tell you one thing I know for sure…name calling never helps anyone. Surely there’s a better way to articulate your point. Then again, that comment came from a guy who named his first born son Christian. Way to go DiMarco, thanks revealing your true character.

  19. A. Commoner

    Jan 6, 2020 at 12:45 pm

    Is this a mix of keyboard and booze?

    • JA

      Jan 6, 2020 at 2:18 pm

      For sure. Bad move for DiMarco.

    • Seve

      Jan 6, 2020 at 5:47 pm

      Finally someone said it. Seriously how can anyone defend Reed anymore? It is one incident after another.

      His doing mistakes since College and seems to never learn from them. One thing after another and he dosen’t seem to have an honest bone in is body. A shame for the sport of golf.

  20. JP

    Jan 6, 2020 at 9:27 am

    Reid is a cheater. You can tell in the interviews he is trying not to be a conceded dick but he doesn’t hide it well. Dude can win when the stakes are high in team competition, but integrity is everything.

    • geohogan

      Jan 10, 2020 at 7:46 pm

      Pew Poll shows international respect for US President has dropped from 64% with Obama
      to 30% with Trump. Lies more than 15,000 documented times in three years.

      Sports figures in baseball(steal signals in World Series), cheat in NFL championships.

      Nothing unusual about Patrick Reid… get used to it.

      • Murv

        Jan 12, 2020 at 7:03 pm

        Now we’ve found the real di’k head

      • geohogan

        Jan 13, 2020 at 1:29 pm

        The difference between Potus and Patrick Read is Potus doesnt deny that he cheats
        at Golf and everything else.

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Ian Poulter on how the Europeans have embraced Ryder Cup underdog mentality

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Ahead of next week’s 43rd Ryder Cup matches, Ian Poulter hopped on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio with Michael Breed to discuss the European team’s chances.

When Breed asked the 12-time European Tour winner about the team’s underdog mentality, Poulter chuckled,

“You know that’s our advantage, I guess, in a way, right? That we have delivered when perhaps we shouldn’t have delivered. And that is the magical question that gets asked all the time. That’s what has the American press scratching their head. That’s what has the American team scratching their heads at times, right? On paper, on paper, on paper, on paper, the U.S. team should have delivered. It’s for us to enjoy and for the American team to figure out, right?”

It’s hard to knock Poulter’s confidence. The European side has won four out of the last five, seven of the last nine, and nine of the last 12 Ryder Cups. Poulter is a six-time Ryder Cup veteran, and the European team is 4-2 when he plays. He holds a lifetime 14-6-2 record, and he has yet to record a loss in Sunday singles.

Nothing about Ian Poulter’s statistical profile jumps out “on paper.” In fact, out of the 24 players competing at Whistling Straits next week, Poulter ranks 21st in data golf’s true strokes gained metric over the last year. With that being said, the U.S. team always has the advantage “on paper,” and that appears to be just the way the Europeans like it.

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Kevin Na: Should have paired me with Bryson at Ryder Cup

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Kevin Na is in action at the PGA Tour’s 2021-22 season opener in Napa this week, fresh off the disappointment of not receiving a Ryder Cup Captain’s pick he felt he might get.

Following an opening round of 3 under par, the American told Golfweek’s Adam Schupak about receiving the bad news from Steve Stricker and explained how he’d have been an ideal partner for Bryson DeChambeau.

“If I had Bryson DeChambeau as my partner hitting driver, I’d be stuffing wedge in there or short irons. I’m a good putter, a good chipper.

“I mean, so all these years you’re telling me that the U.S. team has been struggling because they had lack of length? No, if anything it has been putting, guys able to make putts under the gun. But it’s over.”

Na has been one of the best wedge players and putters consistently over the past few years, and his argument that he could have capitalized on Bryson’s monstrous drives in foursomes action – a format the American side have always struggled with – certainly has plenty of merit.

The 38-year-old looked to have made himself hard not to pick after East Lake, where he had tied the lowest score after four rounds but revealed to Schupak that he felt Stricker had his mind made up before the event.

“It didn’t matter what happened at the Tour Championship. (Stricker) already had his mind set. That’s my personal opinion. I think it would have been great if I played for the team. I think I could have really brought some good energy and I could’ve really contributed and disappointing that I won’t get the chance to do that.”

Safe to say, Na isn’t too pleased with the decision, but he’s ready to work even harder to make the next U.S. team

“It’s a captain’s call. I respect his decision. Do I disagree? Yeah, I disagree. I just have to play better.”

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Phil Mickelson shares theory for Europe’s Ryder Cup success

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For the first time in over 25 years, Phil Mickelson will not be competing for the United States Ryder Cup team. He will, however, be in the team room as an assistant captain to Steve Stricker.

No one is more experienced in the Ryder Cup than the six-time major champion, who holds the record for most appearances with 12. With that being said, the United States only holds a 3-9 record in those last 12 matches.

On the debut episode of 5 Clubs with Gary Williams, Mickelson shared his theory for why the European team has been so dominant. When asked if he had a theory why Team Europe was so much more successful, Mickelson responded with a laugh, “Yes I do.”

The reigning PGA Championship winner elaborated, “I see the way they support each other, and I see the way that they have this foundation of support amongst each other to lift each other up. I see them walking side-by-side in the fairways and with a vision of solidarity, if you will. I see them helping each other get the best out of each other.”

That description falls in stark contrast to the countless instances of drama and chemistry issues surrounding the U.S. side. With that being said, Mickelson does believe the U.S. side is improving in that respect.

Referring to the European’s strategy and team effort, the 45-time PGA Tour winner stated, “I see the U.S. starting to do that. We’ve been doing that, and I think we’re going to start to play some of our best golf in the coming years, I really do.”

The 43rd edition of the Ryder Cup kicks off on Friday, September 24th at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin.

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