Kisner says college teammates hated Reed
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Kevin Kisner became the latest golfer to pour gasoline on the Patrick Reed and post-Ryder Cup drama with some harsh comments about Reed's history with college teammates.

“They all hate him - any guys that were on the team with him (at the University of Georgia) hate him and that’s the same way at Augusta,” Kisner said, according to Scott Michaux of Golf Digest. “I don’t know that they’d piss on him if he was on fire, to tell you the truth.”

Kisner played at Georgia prior to Reed's arrival. However, PGA Tour pros Harris English, Russell Henley, and Brian Harman were all Bulldogs when Reed was kicked off the team in 2009.

He also added to the narrative that the 2018 Masters champ keeps to himself while out on Tour, frequently playing practice rounds alone.

"You never get anything from him, so it's hard to learn anything from him," Kisner said. "He's always got his headphones in."

Kisner and Reed were teammates on the winning 2017 Presidents Cup squad.

Kisner says college teammates hated Reed
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