Patrick Reed once again found himself at the centre of a rules debate during the Hero Dubai Desert Classic on the DP World Tour.
We are sure this is not the last we have heard about the incident involving the LIV Golf League player.
In case you didn't know what transpired, the bizarre event happened on hole No. 17 at Emirates Golf Club.
It involved Reed, a rules official, and a pair of binoculars. You really couldn't have scripted this any better.
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Reed's tee shot lodged into a tree. Reed claimed he could spot his ball owing to a distinctive "arrow" marking.
In fact, he was adamant that he had correctly identified his Titleist ProV1.
After a lengthy back-and-forth, Reed was allowed to take a penalty drop instead of having to trudge back up the fairway and play three off the tee.
The 2018 Masters champion - who described Rory McIlroy as an "immature little child" after their blown-out-of-proportion range exchange - escaped the hole with a bogey.
But fresh footage appears to cast a new light on the memorable moment.
Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee walked us through it on their Sunday evening show.
Chamblee, who is being sued by Reed, told viewers:
If you haven’t seen the video of Patrick Reed’s tee shot at 17, here it is. pic.twitter.com/sgnKcLH4Sf— Brandel Chamblee (@chambleebrandel) January 30, 2023
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