HONOLULU, HAWAII – JANUARY 10: Patrick Reed of the United States reacts to his par on the sixth green during the second round of the Sony Open in Hawaii at the Waialae Country Club on January 10, 2020 in Honolulu, Hawaii. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Reed has transformed into one of the most polarizing figures in sports and has united golf fans far and wide into a brutally hateful collective. In the collective’s last meeting, Justin Thomas’s playoff victory over Patrick Reed at the Tournament of Champions was widely celebrated and drew one of the best Reed reactions of all time. Thomas outplaying Reed was one factor, but it’s hard not to attest to the latter’s missed putt to the powers of hatred and viewer telekinesis. All jokes aside, it’s okay to be one of these people. You’ve craved the Reed headlines one after the other ever since his days at Georgia. Golf cheating accusations. Altercations such as caddie vs. fan or Reed vs. cameraman. Ryder Cup fits. Family feuds. Reed’s been the centerpiece for a majority of golf’s most controversial headlines for the past decade. His ascent to one of golf’s most talented and hated has shown no signs of stopping. Plenty of buzz ...