Paige Spiranac shares hilarious meme to mock the matter on grounds after Tiger Woods attended PGA Tour golfers meeting

Golf celebrity Paige Spiranac reacted to the news of Patrick Reed’s 750m dollar lawsuit against commentator Brandel Chamblee and Golf Channel, as well as Tiger Woods’ trip to attend a golfers meeting.

Spiranac took to Twitter to post the popular meme of a girl shouting to a boy during a festival, which was her way to announce the news to her followers in a hilarious way.

“And after Tiger Woods had to fly in for a secret meeting to save the PGA Tour, Patrick Reed sued Brandel Chamblee for 750 million dollars,” read her tweet, one which was written in capital letters.
Spiranac has not hesitated to openly discuss recent golf matters such as the feud between PSG Tour and the Saudi-backed LIV Golf.

Woods did fly to Wilmington, Delaware, to attend a meeting along with other famous golfers amidst uncertainty following the emergence of the LIV Golf Series.
In the meantime, Reed filed a defamation lawsuit against Golf Channel and commentator Brandel Chamblee for “misreporting information with falsity and/or reckless disregard of the truth, that is with actual and constitutional malice, purposely omitting pertinent key material facts to mislead the public, and actively targeting [Reed] to destroy his reputation, create hate, and a hostile work environment for him”.

“It is well-known on tour that Mr Reed has been abused and endured more than any other golfer from fans or spectators who have been allowed to scream obscenities only to be glorified by NBC’s Golf Channel for doing so,” the lawsuit adds.

“[Chamblee] has become Golf Channel’s primary mouthpiece and agent to push this defamatory agenda and inflict severe damage to Mr Reed, LIV, and other golfers signed with LIV.”

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