Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed seeking a little home comfort at WGC-Match Play Championship
- Reed’s wife Justine phoned David Leadbetter for help after dismal run of form
- The American needs a boost ahead of his Masters defence in two weeks’ time
- Spieth hopes his knowledge of the Austin Country Club can help him this week
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed first made names for themselves playing match-play with their stunning debuts at the 2014 Gleneagles Ryder Cup.
In Texas this week, it’s at match-play where the pair will try to get their ailing careers back on track.
Away from the prospect of Rory McIlroy versus Tiger Woods — if both come through their three group matches in the WGC-Match Play Championship, beginning on Wednesday — Spieth and Reed are searching for a little home comfort.
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