Patrick Reed shushed Phoenix Open crowd after birdie on No. 16
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Patrick Reed shushed Phoenix Open crowd after birdie on No. 16


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Patrick Reed gave the people what they wanted on Thursday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Reed, who played alongside Tiger Woods and Jordan Spieth, stuck his tee shot to the famous par-3 16th closest in his group. After Woods made par and Spieth drained a 22-footer birdie putt, Reed sank his for a 2 to get to 1 under on the round. As the crowd was cheering for the four-time PGA Tour winner, Reed jokingly shushed the crowd like he did the European fans at the 2014 Ryder Cup in his Sunday singles match against Henrik Stenson.

No, Reed didn't rip open his shirt and reveal a European Union logo tattoo.



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