PHOTO: Patrick Reed's shush belt buckle is a pretty great troll job
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PHOTO: Patrick Reed’s shush belt buckle is a pretty great troll job

Patrick Reed loves match play. Loves it. Loves demoralizing opponents in a one-on-one situation. So, perhaps it shouldn't have been a surprise when he shushed the European crowd in a 2014 Ryder Cup singles match against Henrik Stenson.

And it should also be no surprise that he turned that shushing silhouette into a hilarious belt buckle.

This week at the 2016 WGC-Dell Match Play, Reed, who went 3-0-0 in pool play to advance to the Round of 16 on Saturday, is wearing a belt buckle with a silhouette of him putting his finger to his lips like he did at Gleneagles.

Reed, who has never trailed in any of his three matches so far, faces Dustin Johnson on Saturday morning in the Round of 16.

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