JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The match-play move that Patrick Reed made famous at the 2014 Ryder Cup at Gleneagles has caught on at Liberty National Golf Club.
At least for Si Woo Kim.
Daniel Berger was 2 up on Kim through 10 holes of their singles match of the Presidents Cup Sunday, and Berger put even more pressure on Kim when he chipped in for birdie on 11.
But the Players champion wasn't fazed. Kim rolled in his seven-footer to halve the hole and then put his finger to his mouth, shushing the crowd a la Reed.
The Internationals, however, still have lots of work to do. Lots! Follow all of the singles matches here.