Patrick Reed documented a claim against the Golf Channel and pundit Brandel Chamblee on Tuesday, guaranteeing that the two "schemed" with the PGA Tour to criticize him.

Reed, who documented his suit in U.S. Region Court on Tuesday, is looking for more than $750 million in penalties. 

He is being addressed by Larry Klayman, a disputable previous examiner who has recorded various striking bombed claims before.

Reed won multiple times on the PGA Tour in his vocation, remembering at The Masters for 2018. 

He's additionally played on three Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup groups, and contended in the Olympics two times.

The 32-year-old is one of the bigger names in the sport who has left the Tour for the LIV Golf Invitational Series.

Reed is guaranteeing in his claim that Chamblee and the Golf Channel have been contriving with the Tour and chief Jay Monahan to "participate in an example and practice of criticizing" him with perniciousness since he was 23 years of age.

The objective, he expressed, was to "obliterate [Reed's] notoriety, make disdain, and a threatening workplace for him, and with the aim to dishonor his name and achievements," as indicated by The Athletic's Brendan Quinn.

Chamblee has scrutinized Reed's transition to LIV Golf, but he's a long way from alone in doing as such.

 Chamblee has likewise been condemning of Reed's standard infringement or close rule infringement — something he has been blamed for doing since his school days at Georgia.