Patrick Reed's belt buckle commemorates his Ryder Cup "Shush" moment, and it's awesome
As if we needed anymore evidence that Patrick Reed has become golf's bad boy, the PGA Tour pro is now rocking a belt buckle that commemorates his most controversial on-course moment. Remember Reed's "shush" at the 2014 Ryder Cup? Of course you do.
And now you can't help but be reminded of it when you watch him play.
Talk about making a, um, loud statement.
Reed infamously pulled the shush move to silence a rowdy crowd at Gleneagles during his Sunday singles match against Henrik Stenson.
Since then, both players, including Stenson, and presidents have had fun recreating the pose:
So far this week, Reed has backed up his brashness with his play at the WGC-Dell Match Play. He went 3-0 in group play, including a 5-and-4 thrashing of Phil Mickelson on Friday. It's gotta be the buckle.
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