Patrick Reed Angry About DP World Tour Arbitration Results And Announcement

"‘Disappointed’ isn’t the word. We strongly feel that the Sports Resolutions ruling is wrong.”

by Sead Dedovic
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Patrick Reed Angry About DP World Tour Arbitration Results And Announcement

It was a surprise to many people when Patrick Reed decided to join LIV Golf. There was no doubt in Reed's mind that such a decision would bring him money, but it would also result in him losing some other things at the same time.

We received the confirmation a few days ago. As a result of February's arbitration hearing, DP World Tour won against a number of its members who play in the LIV Golf League. In particular, Reed is enraged with Sports Resolutions' decision to announce such a decision on the first day of the Masters.

In Reed's opinion, it was planned in advance. “I was surprised they chose to announce it on the first day of the Masters,” Reed said, as quoted by The Times.
The whole situation at the time was being handled by Reed with optimism.

The decision that was made, however, totally caught him off guard. The sports resolutions ruling, according to Patrick, is unfair, and he obviously believes that this is a serious injustice and does not accept it. “‘Disappointed’ isn’t the word.

We strongly feel that the Sports Resolutions ruling is wrong”.

Patrick Reed and his plans

But Reed will not stop there. He will continue fighting for the place and it seems that he is ready for a new legal battle. “Yes, I am,” said Reed.

“I will always and have always planned to play as a proud member of the DP World Tour. Currently, I would be in or around the top eight in the Race to Dubai rankings — if my name was included on this season’s published list”.

LIV Golfers achieved great results at the Masters. Reed is happy about that. “Three of the top-four finishers were LIV players,” Reed said. “Not only does it show we all [still] work extremely hard to be the best golfers, we showed that regardless of LIV’s current format, those criticisms proved to be meritless”.

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