FARMINGDALE, N.Y. — There has not been much lacking in Patrick Reed’s 2016 season except a victory, and with a clutch performance on a sunny, warm and raucous Sunday afternoon at Bethpage Black, Reed filled in the missing link. With many of the members of an enthusiastic gallery shouting encouragement to Rickie Fowler, the 54-hole leader, Reed shot a final-round 70 despite bogeys on two of the last three holes to finish at nine-under-par 275, overtaking a faltering Fowler and winning the Barclays tournament by a stroke over Emiliano Grillo and a fast-finishing Sean O’Hair. The defending champion and world No. 1 player, Jason Day, who had the shot of the day with a 71-foot downhill birdie putt that broke about 25 feet from right to left on No. 15, tied for fourth with Adam Scott and Gary Woodland at seven-under 277. For Reed, 26, it is his first victory since the Tournament of Champions early last season, and fifth of his PGA Tour career. He moved from seventh in the FedEx Cup points standings — he had been the highest-ranked player without a win this year — to the top spot and secured an automatic berth on the United… Read full this story
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