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Patrick Reed sure loves celebrating at the Ryder Cup

A bow and a finger wag after sinking a putt? Sure, it's not NFL-level celebrating, but it's all good for the PGA. In the world of golf, there aren't many moments that draw celebration from the professionals while they're busy focusing on the game at hand. If anything, it's usually a reaction of pure horror as a ball goes awry and ends up landing in the middle of a group of baby squirrels and the golfer is informed that they -- due to rules -- cannot take a drop or move the ball in any way.
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