Patrick Reed is dreaming big when it comes to the Ryder Cup, writes Brian Keogh in a blog item about the new WGC Cadillac winner's aspirations to be paired with Woods in foursomes at Gleneagles.
Currently fourth in the standings, Reed has longed to make Team U.S.A.
"I don't know if I would be really nervous as much as really excited, especially on the first day where it is team and if I hit a bad tee shot, my partner will be able to pick me up.
"I'd love to play alternate shot with Tiger Woods. Why? Best golfer who ever lived. We wear black and red.
Excuse me, I hate to interrupt here, but HE wears black and red. You are copying him, to be accurate. But go on...
"I feel that with the shot-making he has and the shot-making I have and with our short games, that would be a team that would be extremely hard to beat.
"My wife actually calls him my twin star. I am reckless like he is. I like to go for everything. But at the same time, that's how we win events, that's also how we lose events. It's one of those things that we don't play scared. That would be pretty fun."
I'm just going let that last quote linger on its own.
But first, Tiger needs to make the team for Reed's dream to come true. He's not in the top 25 in the current points standings.