Reed's wife may return to caddie for Ryder Cup


Patrick Reed with his caddie Kessler Karain during the first round of the Tour Championship. (Getty)

ATLANTA – Patrick Reed might have a familiar caddie back on his bag for the Ryder Cup.

Reed’s wife, Justine, who caddied for him through the end of last year before relinquishing the role to her brother, Kessler Karain, when she became pregnant, could return at Gleneagles.

According to her husband, the decision is all hers.

“If she wants to caddie, she can caddie,” Reed said. “Depends on how Justine feels, what her comfort level is and what she feels like doing.”

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Following an opening-round 3-under 67, Reed insisted that he feels confident with either family member caddying for him.

“I know I can play well. I've won with both of them, played some great golf with both of them. Obviously, it's more of a family decision on what we feel is most comfortable not only for us but also for little [daughter] Windsor-Wells.”