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Patrick Reed opens up about this year’s Ryder Cup brouhaha

NASSAU, Bahamas — Patrick Reed is not sorry. Patrick Reed has no regrets. Patrick Reed remains resolute. Nearly two months after throwing his U.S. Ryder Cup captain, Jim Furyk, and teammate Jordan Spieth under a fast-moving bus, there’s no backing off or tapping of the brakes on the part of Reed, the brash reigning Masters champion. Reed, on the eve of this week’s Hero World Challenge at Albany Golf Club, spoke for the first time publicly about the post Ryder Cup bonfire he ignited after the U.S. side was smoked by Europe in France, telling The Post he felt compelled to deliver his critical diatribe because “something needed to be changed.’’ see also ...