What Happened To Patrick Reed’s Now-Totaled $450K Masters-Themed Porsche 911

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Patrick Reed is undeniably one of the best golfers on the face of the earth.

He’s also, undeniably, one of the most controversial as well.

Reed is a nine-time winner on the PGA Tour and was ranked as high as sixth in the Official World Golf Rankings in 2020.

But despite his success, he hasn’t gained many fans. That’s due to a number of alleged cheating scandals as well as his bristly personality. That latter landed him in a recent feud with fellow star Rory McIlroy.

Here’s what Reed had to say about the feud prior to The Masters Champions Dinner.

“The thing is, the Champions Dinner has nothing to do with myself or any other person in that room except for Scottie Scheffler,” he said. “That’s his dinner. My experiences during those dinners have been amazing. We’re always talking about past experiences at Augusta, how the other guys have won the [Masters], what obstacles they had to overcome, the shots they pulled off in their experiences,” he told Golf Digest.

“Knowing the guys out here on LIV and also some of the older guys … that night and that dinner is all about Scottie and has nothing to do with where someone’s playing, what happened a week ago, what’s happening going forward. It’s all about that event [the Masters]. It is literally Scottie’s night and that’s how it’s always going to be.”

Reed had been out of the spotlight since The Masters. But he re-entered it in a big way on Wednesday.

Following his 2018 Masters victory, Reed purchased a custom, Masters-themed Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The car was valued at $450,000.

Recently, a car matching the description and with the same VIN number appeared totaled on a salvage lot. The vehicle sold immediately after being listed on April 25.

Reed, however, has been out of the country the last two weeks.

Whether he crashed it or not, it sure seems like it’s Reed’s car that ended up completely destroy.