Being presented with the green jacket for the fifth time after his first Major win in 11 years was a special moment for Tiger Woods.

It was a moment rival Patrick Reed didn't want to be a part of.

But being asked to do the honours of presenting Woods his green jacket as the outgoing champion, Reed simply did his job, mumbled the words "yeah buddy" and exited stage left.

With no words of congratulations or a handshake offered, Woods simply soaked in the moment jokingly declaring, "it fits".


Clips of the stiff formalities at Augusta National have since gone viral on social media with golf fans calling out Reed for the way he presented Woods his jacket in The Butler Cabin.

"Is it me, or did Patrick Reed want absolutely nothing to do with that ceremony?" one user posted, while another wrote, "You can be a part of history and you cannot shake Tiger's hand? Wow. What a man you are Patrick Reed".

Another comment read, "Hey Patrick Reed would it have killed you to shake @TigerWoods hand after putting the green jacket on him? I guess it's really true what they say about you."

Reed and Woods' rivalry dates back to the 2016 Ryder Cup when the pair clashed on the course.

As Reed boasted about his form, Woods called him out saying, "Don't worry, Patrick, you only need 74 more wins and 14 more majors".