Patrick Reed was excited to catch some baseball Wednesday night, but it appears he wasn’t too pleased with his seats.
The Masters champion took in the Boston Red Sox-Miami Marlins game at Fenway Park on Wednesday with his wife, Justine, and sister-in-law.
That’s a fun little time! Except, Reed took to Twitter and Instagram to voice his displeasure (via a sarcastic thank you) about the seats the PGA Tour gave them for the game…
Reed clarified further:
So clearly Reed feels slighted here, which is a timely reminder of the instance earlier this year when he sarcastically invoked Jordan Spieth’s name during a contentious drop situation.
This also isn’t the first time he’s caused a stir at a non-golf sporting event, as his wearing Notre Dame gear at a 2017 football game versus Georgia – where he started his college career before being kicked out – raised some eyebrows.
It’s playoffs time and Patrick Reed is getting feisty.