On Wednesday night, Patrick Reed attended the Red Sox game with his wife, Justine, and his sister-in-law. Reed received the tickets through the PGA Tour, but, upon arrival at the game, found their location less than pleasing. Upset at sitting in Fenway's "line drive section," Reed took to social media. "Thank you @pgatour for the tickets to the @RedSox game tonight," he wrote on Twitter and Instagram. "I love how you put my wife, sister in law and myself in the line drive section. We paid $650 to upgrade our seats and ended up in the same section as the rest of the @PGATOUR! #frontrow." He clarified the situation in a reply tweet. "*we paid $650 to upgrade and ended up with everyone else on the @PGATOUR #shocker," he wrote. https://www.instagram.com/p/BnFZcMJh3xW/?hl=en&taken-by=preedgolf ‘My son is a Masters champion’: Patrick Reed’s estranged family endures a complex mix of emotions Which PGA Tour members had already received front-row seats remained unclear. Justin Thomas, the defending champion at this week's Dell Technologies Championship, threw out the first pitch and attended the game with his father. Whatever else may be true, that "#shocker" appears telling: it suggests that this isn't the first time Reed has felt slighted by the Tour.