Patrick Reed slipped on the green jacket in 2018 and to celebrate bought himself a $450,000 Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The best part? The car is Masters themed with dark-green paint and yellow brake calipers. It’s a bad-ass ride.
Well, it was.
Originally reported by The Drive, a car that resembles Reed’s trophy Porsche was recently found on a salvage website with 361 miles on it.
Although it’s not clear as to who the driver was at the time of the accident, the VIN number on the Copart listing — which now says the car has been sold — matches the one of Reed’s car, according to The Drive. The sale location of the car is Houston, Texas, just down the road from where Reed lives in The Woodlands.
When he received the new whip, the Masters champ posted photos of it to his Instagram.
Lewin Day, a reporter for The Drive, said on Twitter he has reached out to Reed’s team but has yet to hear back.
After winning the 2018 Masters, Patrick Reed bought himself a $450,000 Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
There are only 1,000 of these cars in the US & his had a Masters-themed paint job & yellow calipers.
But this week, the car mysteriously appeared on a salvage website with just 360 miles. pic.twitter.com/Xq3o14Dgt1
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) April 27, 2023
According to the listing, the wrecked car was sold for $132,000.