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Kisner Trolls Reed With Parking Spot Tweet

Patrick Reed came under some fire last week when he publicly complained about the free tickets he received from the PGA Tour to attend a Boston Red Sox game while he was in town for the Dell Technologies Open.

Reed, along with his wife and sister-in-law, were gifted seats in what Reed called “the line drive section” at Fenway Park. Feeling unsafe, the Reeds paid $650 to upgrade their seats, only to be moved into a section of the stadium that other PGA Tour players were sitting in for free. That did not sit well with the Masters champion.

Reed came under some heat from fans and players alike for his belly-aching, and it appears the jabs are still coming as evidenced by Kevin Kisner’s tweet to Reed on Tuesday.

Down the road at Aronimink Golf Club outside of Philadelphia for this week’s BMW Championship, the third leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs, Reed appeared to receive a pretty stellar parking spot and Kisner took the opportunity to needle his fellow countryman.

“After the baseball ticket issue last week, I guess the @PGATOUR stepped up your parking spot this week @PReedGolf,” Kisner wrote. 

Reed enters this week’s event ranked 13th in the FedEx Cup standings and all but guaranteed a spot next week at East Lake. Kisner, on the other hand, sits at 39th and will need to make a move to get inside the top-30.

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