All you need to know about Patrick Reed’s devotion to his profession is revealed by a glance at his playing schedule through the end of the year.
It might be easier to list the weeks he’s not playing than the ones he intends to play. Two more FedEx Cup playoff events, three PGA Tour events in Asia, and up to four European Tour events.
“I’ll probably add six or seven more just to make sure I’m playing every week coming in,” Reed joked Sunday night after winning the Northern Trust at Liberty National.
That doesn’t include a potential role in the Presidents Cup in Australia in December. He’s 12th in points with the top eight after the BMW Championship this week earning the automatic spots. If Reed doesn’t play himself into the top eight (a victory at the BMW Championship is the only way he can earn an automatic spot) it would be a shock if captain Tiger Woods doesn’t select him despite Reed’s awkward post-Ryder Cup complaints last fall.
Despite a schedule between now and the end of the year that would make a travel agent dizz...
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