Sports Minute: Reed's caddie out of Presidents Cup after conflict with fan
By DOUG FERGUSON
AP Golf Writer
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - Patrick Reed's caddie will be not be working Sunday at the Presidents Cup after an altercation with a fan. Kessler Karrain confirms that he shoved a fan after a third straight loss. He says in a statement to “Fore Play” that after hearing heckling for three days, some fans took it too far. He says one fan got close to Reed and shouted an expletive at him. Kessler also is Reed's brother-in-law. He says heprobably shouted some choice words at the fan. He says unless the fan was like “Mr. Glass” and his bones broke, only some beer was spilled.
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