AUSTIN, Texas — Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed go from being teammates to opponents in match play.
Spieth and Reed have a 7-2-2 record as partners in two Ryder Cups and last year's Presidents Cup. They were drawn in the same four-man group for the Dell Technologies Match Play, which starts on Wednesday at Austin Country Club (Thursday, Manila time).
Spieth knows the course well from his days playing for the Texas Longhorns.
The format at this World Golf Championship is round-robin play through Friday, with the winners of each 16 groups advancing to a weekend of single elimination.
Dustin Johnson is the No. 1 seed. Also in his group is Kevin Kisner, one of his best friends from junior golf in South Carolina.
Tommy Fleetwood faces an all-England match Wednesday against Ian Poulter.