Patrick Reed is suing Golf Channel, Brandel Chamblee for $750 million. As expected, Golf Twitter went into a frenzy

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On Tuesday night, a lawyer working for Patrick Reed, a LIV Golf Series member and former PGA Tour pro, released documents saying the golfer has filed a lawsuit against Brandel Chamblee and Golf Channel for defamation.

He’s seeking $750 million in damages. Yes, $750 million.

According to the documents — which were released via a reporter for Courthouse News Service — Reed claims Chamblee has a history of calling him a cheater and has criticized Reed and other golfers for leaving the PGA Tour for the Greg Norman-led, Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series.

Well, once the news broke, Golf Twitter went into an all-out frenzy.



Story originally appeared on GolfWeek