LIV golfers say, Patrick Reed, are "sick and tired" of hearing about the money.
And against PGA Tour players, they can "hold their own,"
No, Reed hasn't been shy about his play this week at the Asian Tour's International Series Singapore event, but it's not like he's saying otherwise. Still
For starters, we should note why Reed is playing overseas. It's by choice, though the explanation is lengthy and the sequence came in short order,
He signed up to play with the controversial, Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series after playing 14 Tour events this year.
He has committed to the Singapore event as well as next week's International Series Korea tournament on the Asian Tour, where LIV Golf bought a controlling stake last year.
LIV doesn't earn World Ranking points, but the Asian Tour does, so it's a path for Reed and potentially other LIV players.
This brings us to the start of this week and this short but notable comment from Reed on his condition.
"I'm ready for the LIV players to play against the guys on the PGA Tour," Reed said. "I'm pretty sure we can do it.