Golf player Patrick Reed documented a claim against Brandel Chamblee and the Golf Channel, looking for $750 million in penalties for slander.

Reed claims, as indicated by court records, that Chamblee, a Golf Channel examiner, has "effectively" designated Reed to "obliterate his standing, make disdain, and a threatening workplace" for the player.

The 2018 Masters victor claims he has been the casualty of "determined, malevolent" assaults that have "straightforwardly affected his work" for the beyond nine years.

"It is notable on visit that Mr Reed has been mishandled and persevered through more than some other golf player from fans or observers who have been permitted to shout indecencies just to be celebrated by NBC's Golf Channel for doing as such," the suit peruses.

"[Chamblee] has become Golf Channel's essential mouthpiece and specialist to push this slanderous plan and incur extreme harm to Mr Reed, LIV, and different golf players endorsed with LIV."

The suit, documented in U.S. Region Court in Texas, blames Chamblee, the Golf Channel and PGA Tour magistrate Jay Monahan of contriving to "take part in an example and practice of slandering Mr. Reed,

distorting data with lie as well as crazy dismissal for reality" and "deliberately precluding relevant key material realities to misdirect the general population."

Reed, 32, is a polarizing figure in the golf world, having been at the focal point of various discussions, packed with Chamblee reproaches.

In 2019, a camera got Reed illicitly further developing his lie in a dugout, to which Chamblee said, "This will chase after him like the video of Nixon saying 'I'm not a criminal.'"