Graham DeLaet Rips Patrick Reed for Withdrawing from Farmers Insurance Open


Graham DeLaet, the Canadian golfer with the spectacular beard, ripped Patrick Reed for withdrawing from the Farmers Insurance Open after the weather turned into a nightmare for the field to play in. DeLaet was paired with Reed and Scott Piercy in the final group during round four. Reed withdrew citing an ankle injury after he shot 81 in his third round.

The fourth round was suspended thanks to horrible weather and after someone mentioned that DeLaet would be pissed at others for withdrawing after the fourth was suspended, he explained how it’s different withdrawing before a fourth round finish on a Monday.

If Reed’s ankle is indeed injured, he does have a genuine reason for withdrawing.

DeLaet was four over through 11 when play was suspended and in dead last, but he was out there for 10 hours and did suffer through the brutal conditions.

While everyone else was struggling their way around the course, Brandt Snedeker put up a three-under fourth round score and is one back of Jimmy Walker who still has eight holes left.