You may recall Patrick Reed’s infamous shushing of the European crowd during the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gelnneagles. Now, it has turned into somewhat of a signature moment for Reed, who now rocks a belt buckle commemorative of this moment.
Unfortuantely for Reed, he didn’t have much shushing on his mind, after losing to Dustin Johnson at the WGC Dell Match Play who then lost to Louis Oosthuizen. But Reed’s controversial Ryder Cup moment had officially put him on the map as one of golf’s tough guys and the belt buckle certainly reminds everyone of this.
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Source: Golf Digest
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