Patrick Reed has gone on a Twitter rampage by blocking a number of the media, fellow Tour professionals and golf fans - and yes, GolfMagic was one of the chosen ones!
European Tour pro Eddie Pepperell reacted to his blocking in the only way he knows how...
Oops! pic.twitter.com/uenL4bW0a8— Eddie Pepperell (@PepperellEddie) February 25, 2020
(From what I’m aware of) Two people have blocked me on Twatter. Patrick Reed(), and Jameela Jamil() .... Interesting couple they would make! (I was also once blocked by a namesake sports writer from the Guardian but he’s seemingly unblocked me now... Joy)— Eddie Pepperell (@PepperellEddie) February 25, 2020
With Reed's blocking spree apparently aimed at "shushing the haters", we can only apologise for... well, reporting factual articles about what Tour pros, commentators and golf fans are saying about him.
Reed clinched his eighth PGA Tour title and second WGC victory at the WGC-Mexico on Sunday night with a one-stroke victory over Bryson DeChambeau.
His victory was somewhat marred by his reaction to Sky Sports Golf's Wayne Riley, when he likely thought the cameras had switched off.
YOU CAN WATCH THE INCIDENT HERE
Reed was spotted going over to Riley and saying: "Way to ask that one" in response to one of Riley's questions surrounding his "resilience" at winning a golf tournament the same week as comments were directed at him from Brooks Koepka and Peter Kostis.
The former Masters champion was criticised at the start of the week for having built "sand castles in the sand" by Koepka - when referring to Reed's controversial two-stroke penalty at the Hero World Challenge in December.
Reed was also called out by former CBS commentator Peter Kostis who alleges to have seen the American improve his lie "up close and personal four times."
The American moves back into the world's top 10 for the first time in two years as he vaults up to eighth in the rankings.