Patrick Reed's club doesn't survive his meltdown at No. 18

Patrick Reed's club doesn't survive his meltdown at No. 18

Patrick Reed's club doesn't survive his meltdown at No. 18

Reed's broken wedge wasn't the first club to find its demise on No. 18 this week.

The leaders were in sight and his game was looking solid.

American Gary Woodland leads on nine under par with Englishman Justin Rose in second place on seven under heading into the third round.

One of the last groups to take the course on Friday included Patrick Reed.

On No. 18, Reed chunked several pitch shots and it was clear the poor play got to him.

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Five holes later, though, and we were left with this image of Kessler Karain, caddie of Reed, carrying the Aerican's snapped wedge as he replaced a flag at the 18th.

That's when he got all weekend hacker, as he took his wedge in both hands and snapped the shaft over his leg.

After finally chipping on with his sixth shot, Reed needed to make a 3-footer for double bogey to finish at 2-over, right on the cutline for the weekend.

However, several of the world's best, including Rory McIroy and Brooks Koepka are just a few back.

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