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    Looks like being a repeat of day 1 to me, match 1 to Europe, USA takes the rest.

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    US coverage tends to be 40% golf, 40% ADs, 20% puff pieces about ‘the first tee’…your local PGA professional….the history of the Ryder cup. You can always turn the commentary down, you can’t turn it off to avoid the Ad’s.
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    Singles picks?

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    Rory
    Lowry
    Rham
    Bryson
    Hovland
    DJ
    Wiesberger
    Finau
    JT
    Harris
    Fleetwood
    Fitzpatrick

    5 USA
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    The quality of golf in this event is just outstanding.

    They are hitting tiny targets on green stimping @ 15.

    The short games that have been on display has been nothing short of incredible.

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    The quality is amazing especially under the pressure and noise, but there is no way those greens were rolling at 15..

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    Koepka with 8 birdies today.
    Insane iron play

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic View Post
    Koepka with 8 birdies today.Insane iron play
    Berger and Johnson both had similar numbers, both finished 6 under.
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    As a contest, that just sucked.

    Presidents Cup level flogging.

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    The yanks finally played on grass like they looked on paper. Still can’t believe only Rory, Poulter and Westy won today after their showing the first two days.
    Cinderella story, out of nowhere, former greenskeeper, now about to become a Masters champion..... It looks like a mirac.. It's in the hole! It's in the hole!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgundy View Post
    The yanks finally played on grass like they looked on paper. Still can’t believe only Rory, Poulter and Westy won today after their showing the first two days.
    Yes. This looks like Hazeltine all over again, where the USA looked like they would be unbeatable forever. But subsequent events showed they can be beaten by a team where the stars play well and the lesser players step up.

    For Europe, that didn't happen this time. It will mean a changing of the guard for sure. Westy, Poulter and Casey won't play again, and other veterans like Lowry and Sergio are questionable. I would imagine Europe might ask people like McIntyre and Hoygaard (sp?) to spend time in the US so they get used to playing with the big boys. For me, the big worry was the form of 2nd tier euro players. Fleetwood, Hatton and Fitzpatrick were off the pace. .

    One thing is for sure. When people like Morikawa and Schauffle play up to their best, they are very hard to beat. It could be a long decade.
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    Lowry the veteran lol


 

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