Ryder Cup 2018: Patrick Reed says Jordan Spieth did not want to play with him


Ryder Cup 2018: How Europe secured victory over the United States

Patrick Reed says US Ryder Cup team-mate Jordan Spieth did not want to be paired with him during their 17½-10½ defeat by Europe.

Masters champion Reed played with Spieth in 2014 and 2016, winning four and halving two of their seven matches.

But in Paris he partnered Tiger Woods, while Spieth played with Justin Thomas.

Reed also criticised captain Jim Furyk’s decision to leave him out of two sessions and hinted that Europe were more together as a team.

“Every day [in the team room] I saw: ‘Leave your egos at the door,'” Reed, 28, told the New York Times.