Kisner on Reed: Golfers 'wouldn't p*** on him if he was on fire'

Kevin Kisner reveals exactly what Patrick Reed's former college team-mates think of him...

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Wed, 12 Dec 2018
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Kevin Kisner has revealed in an incredible interview with Golf Digest how a number of golfers he knows out on Tour “would not piss on Patrick Reed if he was on fire.”


 

Reed has caused a number of controversial moments off the course during his career, none bigger than this September when verbally criticising United States Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk and team-mate Jordan Spieth for a number of failings during their heavy defeat to Europe 17.5-10.5 at Le Golf National.

But in a recent interview with Golf Digest, PGA Tour pro Kisner - who played college golf at Georgia where Reed started out his collegiate career - was quick to get to the bottom as to what everyone really thinks of the current Masters champion.

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"They all hate him—any guys that were on the team with him [at Georgia] hate him and that’s the same way at Augusta,” Kisner, who was team-mates with Reed on the victorious 2016 US Presidents Cup team.

“I don’t know that they’d piss on him if he was on fire, to tell you the truth.”

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PGA Tour professionals Brian Harman, Harris English and Russell Henley, team-mates of Reed in college, have since refused to comment on Kisner's statement.

Rory McIlroy has recently said how Reed is more misunderstood than anything.

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They all hate him—any guys that were on the team with him [at Georgia] hate him and that’s the same way at Augusta. I don’t know that they’d piss on him if he was on fire, to tell you the truth.

-- KEVIN KISNER ON PATRICK REED

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Other contentious moments during Reed's career involved claiming he was a 'top five player' straight after becoming the youngest player to win a World Golf Championship title in 2014.

There is also a dark cloud over his relationship with his family, something the 28-year-old repeatedly refused to comment about - particularly when slipping on the green jacket for his first ever major title in April. 

Reed also kicked off about his positioning of seats when given FREE TICKETS to watch a Red Sox game earlier this year, a moment that saw social media go to town on he and his wife!

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