By Matt Smith
Patrick Reed has confirmed he will not be relaxing just yet as he will compete at the Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland next week.

The 2018 Masters champion, who said he joined LIV Golf to spend more time at home with his family, is still getting around as be has competed in Boston and Chicago on the LIV Golf, England and France on the DP World Tour before heading to Scotland and then on to Bangkok and Jeddah for two more LIV Golf events.

The Dunhill Links is held across three of Scotland’s most famous courses at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns, where Reed will join 11 other LIV-ers for the $5 million event including Abraham Ancer, Louis Oosthuizen, Talor Gooch, Jediah Morgan, Shaun Norris, Richard Bland, Branden Grace, Peter Uihlein, Laurie Canter, Charl Schwartzel and Adrian Otaegui.

Players who compete on the LIV tour are banned from playing on the PGA Tour, but are still eligible for DP World events as an attempted suspension was temporarily blocked by a UK arbiter.

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