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Patrick Reed files $750 million lawsuit over 'malicious attacks' against The Golf Channel, commentator
The US District Court filing says "calculated, malicious, false and reckless attacks" have caused Reed major damages, including multiple multi-million-dollar sponsorship deals.
The PGA announced that big-hitting DeChambeau was being replaced by Patrick Reed and hours later the Spanish Olympic Committee said Rahm had pulled out after testing positive for Covid-19 for the second time in two months.
Rahm and second-ranked Justin Thomas could overtake Dustin Johnson for world number one with a victory if Johnson finishes worse than 18th.
Reed closed with a 4-under 68 at Torrey Pines, making an eagle on the par-5 sixth and finishing off his dominating Sunday with a birdie on the 18th.
World number 11 Reed owned a four-stroke lead when his shot landed in the left rough, bounced once and settled in the deep grass. But neither Reed, his playing partners, their caddies or a volunteer near the landing area had seen the ball bounce.
A two-putt birdie on the par-5 18th tied Justin Thomas with English, whose 65 was highlighted by pitching in for eagle on No. 9.
A big drive gave Collin Morikawa his first major. A big putt gave Viktor Hovland his first win. And a big iron — in Bryson DeChambeau's case, a really big iron — allowed players to consider an unconventional approach to the game.
Patrick Reed had an even-par 70 that gave him a one-shot lead going into a US Open that feels as though it's just getting started.
Justin Thomas took a one-shot lead over Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters of Belgium and Matthew Wolff, the 21-year-old Californian making his US Open debut after the first round.
Justin Thomas survives 'disaster' at the 72nd hole to win Tournament of Champions in a three-way playoff
Justin Thomas survived a “disaster” at the 72nd hole before beating Patrick Reed and Xander Schauffele in a three-way playoff at the PGA Tour’s Sentry Tournament of Champions in windswept Hawaii on Sunday
President's Cup 2019: Tiger Woods urges fans to be 'respectful' after Patrick Reed's caddie gets involved in altercation with supporter
United States captain Tiger Woods has asked fans to be respectful of his team at the Presidents Cup after Patrick Reed’s caddie was stood down from the event following a clash with a spectator at Royal Melbourne on Saturday.
United States will rest easy and return to Royal Melbourne with all the momentum after some 18th hole magic on the greens produced a 'paradigm shift' at the Presidents Cup
Unfancied Internationals stormed to a 4-1 lead by routing Tiger Woods’ United States in the fourballs matches.
United States captain Tiger Woods on Tuesday said he does not expect teammate Patrick Reed to be subjected to abuse by fans at the upcoming Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne, after the golfer was penalized last week for breaching the rules.
Hero World Challenge: Sweden's Henrik Stenson ends title drought in Bahamas, Tiger Woods fades to fourth
Henrik Stenson of Sweden fired a sensational eagle on the par-five 15th hole en route to a one-shot win at the Hero World Challenge, giving him his first victory since August 2017.
Reigning US Open champion Reed surged ahead with a total of 12-under and is three shots clear of the field at the halfway stage of Hero World Challenge.
Presidents Cup Golf 2019: US captain Tiger Woods chooses himself as a playing member in the 12-man team
Tiger Woods, who claimed his 15th major title at the Masters and won at the Zozo Championship in Japan, named himself among four captain's picks for the 12-man team, along with Gary Woodland, Patrick Reed and Tony Finau.
McIlroy won for the fourth time this year. It was his third World Golf Championships title, and his first since the Match Play at Harding Park in 2015.
The $10.25 million Shanghai event, with a winner's prize of $1.7 million, is the third and final leg of the PGA Tour's Asian swing, after the Zozo Championship and the CJ Cup in South Korea the week before.
Rocket Mortgage Classic 2019: Anirban Lahiri falls 19 places from overnight position to Tied 52nd spot
Lahiri fell 19 places from his overnight position and is now at Tied 52nd spot at the Rocket Mortgage Classic