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Patrick Reed Holes Out for Eagle, Sends Fans into Frenzy

Ryder Cup Saturday in 54 Seconds
Jeff Ritter recaps a crazy Ryder Cup Saturday from Hazeltine in under a minute.

The excitement was lacking in Saturday afternoon four-ball at the Ryder Cup, if only because both teams were playing so well there was little movement on the leaderboard. But Patrick Reed changed that in a hurry with one swing.

Playing with Jordan Spieth and all tied up with opponents Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, Reed hit a wedge from the 6th fairway, landed it well past the hole and then spun in back into the cup sending the American fans into a frenzy. The eagle hole-out gave Reed and Spieth a 1-up lead through six holes.

 

 

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