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Patrick Reed’s caddie takes a shot at ‘haters’ to celebrate Farmers win

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It was a very successful week for Patrick Reed and his caddie/brother in law, Kessler Karain, at Torrey Pines, with the Texan’s win taking him into the top-10 in the world.

However, Reed has suffered fierce criticism from plenty of analysts in the game for how he handled his embedded ball drop on Saturday at the event. Still, that criticism has only served to fire up Reed’s caddie who took aim at his man’s haters on social media to celebrate the win.

In a post on his Instagram, Karain wrote:

This one is to all you haters out there. Go get you a gallon of haterade you gon need it! So proud of my bro @PreedGolf”

 

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It’s not the first time Karain has publicly rallied behind Reed either. In 2019 at the Presidents Cup in Australia, Karain got into an altercation with a fan that resulted in him being ejected from the event.

The two men will look to go back-to-back this week at the Saudi International on the European Tour.

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14 Comments

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  1. John Robert

    Feb 4, 2021 at 7:04 am

    Reed’s Caddie sounds like White Goodman from Globo Gym.

  2. Denis

    Feb 3, 2021 at 12:15 pm

    All golfers of integrity don’t put there hands on a ball,the way tv saw it there was no chance that ball was plugged and Patrick would know that. If he had a conscience he would be feeling rotten

  3. Robin

    Feb 3, 2021 at 10:22 am

    So when read squat down to push the ball in the ground, after the second bounce.
    Which made it look like it never bounced.
    What a con job he pulled.will Bryson still like his Boy.

  4. NPGolfer

    Feb 3, 2021 at 10:03 am

    He didn’t cheat. Until all shots are reviewed by TV, then none should be.

  5. Michael

    Feb 3, 2021 at 9:19 am

    Reed has brought every bit if the “hate” on himself by his own behavior and questionable integrity. His brother-in-law/caddie’s childish, up yours, in your face response is just more evidence the whole Reed team lacks integrity and if nothing else, maturity.

    Haterade? What is this guy? six-years old?

  6. Kcuf Cancelculture

    Feb 2, 2021 at 7:57 pm

    Keep cashing them checks Patrick. Socialist media dont pay the bills.

    • Michael

      Feb 3, 2021 at 9:15 am

      Socialist media? Are you serious or just pathetic?

      You win stupid, irrelevant comment of the day award.

  7. 1s1k

    Feb 2, 2021 at 8:56 am

    Sounds like they’re made for each other.

  8. Happy Duffer

    Feb 2, 2021 at 8:33 am

    Same guy that attacked a fan last year right? Yeah, I really care what he has to say.

    • Jim Nance

      Feb 2, 2021 at 10:06 am

      It is wonderful watching all the haters eat crow.

      • gwelfgulfer

        Feb 2, 2021 at 3:09 pm

        Haters aren’t eating crow. He’s a known cheater and it will carry with him the rest of his career and life… “kool, you won a tourney, but still a douche’ is all anyone is really talking about.

        • DS

          Feb 3, 2021 at 10:47 am

          Speaking of douches, Kuuuuuuuuuch, you’re still a douuuuuuuuuuuche…

      • Michael

        Feb 3, 2021 at 9:23 am

        Eating crow? The guy is a confirmed cheater. The brother in law’s behavior fits perfectly. No character or integrity any where on team Reed. Winning some big tournaments doesn’t change what you are nor does his brother-in-law’s oversized mouth.

    • TRIII

      Feb 2, 2021 at 3:09 pm

      Care so much you had to respond….waaah

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Tiger set to attend Hero Challenge in person; Spot left open for potential PNC appearance

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In what is typically a down month in the golf world, December may be getting a bit more interesting in 2021.

The PNC Championship is a golf tournament that pairs former major championship winners with a family member and it will be held On December 18th and 19th at the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes in Orlando, Florida.

In last year’s event, Tiger Woods and his son Charlie held the golf world captive with their appearance in the event. The pair finished in 7th place but what was even more notable was how similar Charlie was to his dad:

Despite Tiger’s lengthy rehabilitation from his serious ankle injury, there seems to be a growing speculation that he and Charlie may compete in the PNC Championship once again this year.

According to Golfweek,  the PNC Championship is keeping a place open for Woods in the limited-field event. Last year’s edition of the PNC Championship was the last time Tiger has played in a competitive event.

Woods was recently seen hitting golf balls on the range, adding fuel to the speculation that we could see him with Charlie in three weeks.

Woods also looks set to make an appearance at this week’s Hero World Challenge in Albany. According to Marine Traffic, the yacht, named Privacy, reportedly left Florida at the start of the November and is currently moored in Albany.

 

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It seems likely that Woods will make his first public appearance since the car crash on February 23rd of 2021.

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‘You don’t know, but I love you’ – Coach K reveals his huge respect for Brooks Koepka

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After his utter dominance of bitter rival, Bryson DeChambeau in “The Match” on Friday November 26th, Brooks Koepka was spotted sitting courtside at the Duke vs Gonzaga basketball game. The game ended with an 86-81 Blue Devils victory in front of a crowd of 20,000 fans in Las Vegas.

In a video shared by the Duke Men’s Basketball’s Twitter account, Krzyzewski met with Koepka after the game. Coach K made it clear how much he admires Koepka in the clip: “You don’t know, but I love you,” Krzyzewski said, admitting to rooting for him over DeChambeau: “No, I do, and I was cheering for you, and I thought you handled yourself well”. 

Brooks also met with the Duke basketball team after the game, asking “what’s up boys?” as he entered the locker room. He introduced himself to the players and Sophomore, Jeremy Roach asked Koepka for swing advice to which he replied that Roach had to figure it out for himself first.

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Lee Westwood rules himself out of captaining Europe at 2023 Ryder Cup

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From Sam Torrance in 2002 to Padraig Harrington just a few months ago, all of the ten European Ryder Cup captains this century have been faring on the ‘obvious’ side of the shock value range.

Experienced in the event, it’s as if players have been groomed to be future leaders and very rarely do they seem to baulk at the chance to lead a star-studded team in the bi-annual highlight.

Until LJW.

Lee John Westwood, the 48-year-old winner of 25 European Tour events and stalwart of 11 Ryder Cups, recently told the Daily Telegraph that whilst “it would be an honour to captain Europe”, it “is something I can’t commit to while I’m in the (OWGR) top 50 and still competing.”

Favourite and almost handed the role before the reported conversation, we should be reminded that Westwood most recently won the 2020 race To Dubai with a win in Abu Dhabi, a runner-up in Dubai and a top-15 at the U.S Open.

2021 saw him finish runner-up at The Players and at Bay Hill, hardly efforts to think he should be hanging up the sticks quite yet.

“Whoever gets the role for Rome will obviously have my full backing and I’ll continue to do all I can for the Europe cause, as I’ve always tried to since my debut 24 years ago.”

Clearly still enjoying being part of the traveling playing contingent, he confirms that the Ryder Cup is something “close to my heart” though captaincy is “almost a full-time job” and that he could only take the role if able to “give it 100 percent”.

Vice-captains for the European loss at Whistling Straits must now come into contention, though with Henrik Stenson and Martin Kaymer still playing at the top level, perhaps Luke Donald and Robert Karlsson are now favourites.

With the final vice-captain, Graeme McDowell, making it clear he would be very interested in being considered leader for the 2027 running at Adare Manor, Westwood would now seem a ‘knock’ for 2025 at Bethpage, a venue at which he finished 23rd in the 2009 U.S Open.

However, golf tends not to work in such an obvious way.

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