Patrick Reed helped the 4 Aces GC win their fourth consecutive LIV Golf team event in Chicago on Sunday night, then revealed how his login credentials for the DP World Tour hadn’t worked for two weeks.
Reed won more than $1 million for finishing tied for 12th ($332,500) in the individual tournament and being a quarterback on the 4 Aces GC team that held on for a narrow one-hit victory in the team event ($750,000).
Open champion Cameron Smith won the tournament by three strokes in his second start and took home the biggest top prize of his career with a check for $4 million.
Johnson, however, has amassed an incredible $12.5 million in just five LIV golf tournaments this season, while Reed himself has landed just under $6 million.
With a gap in the LIV Golf schedule until next month, DP World Tour Honorary Life Member Reed heads to this week’s French Open where he kicks off a heated tournament at the famed Le Golf National in Paris. .
There is just one problem though. Reed fails to connect to DP World Tour.
After his tour, Patrick Reed said his login credentials for the DP World Tour hadn’t worked for weeks, despite resetting the password.
“It didn’t work for two weeks, which is interesting. It worked a month ago.”
— Sean Zak (@Sean_Zak) September 18, 2022
“It hasn’t worked for two weeks, which is interesting. It worked a month ago,” Reed told GOLF’s Sean Zak after his final round at LIV Golf Chicago.
We have contacted DP World Tour for comment but have yet to receive a response.
Reed recently revealed that he has resigned from his PGA Tour membership but is determined to continue playing on the DP World Tour as an Honorary Life Member.
The 2018 Masters champion finished a respectable fifth in the DP World Tour season’s showpiece event at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth two weeks ago.