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I've read most of the previous posts. Seems to me the majority of people who didn't believe that Europe could ever beat this USA team, did not understand the difference between stroke and match play. In stroke play you have to beat the course to win, in match play all you have to do is beat your opponent and you do that by putting pressure on their weak points and squeezing! It was a joy to watch!
Ironic that UK voted "leave" but "remain" for the Ryder Cup.
For me it is simple. World ranking counts for little as the points you can earn are attached to the money on offer. So regular Euro events count for little compared to the regular US events. Therefore Americans are ranked higher, but that ranking has nothing to do with comparing players from those two tours. And I think the US players do not realise this.
Oh for a delete button to get rid of any political reference on Europe
156. Yes again the British helped Europe to a victory. They keep relying on us don’t they ---------Actually it's the reverse. GB & I rely very heavily on other European Tour Members. Perhaps do some research before opening mouth.
What is it with the BBC and the word ' thrash'. At one point on Sunday the match was quite close although Europe pulled away convincingly in the end. Thrashing was not the appropriate word.The BBC almost always use this word in football headlines if one team wins by more than two goals irrespective of the circumstances of the match. Please get some headline writers with a bit of imagination.
Good that Tiger off the front page this weekend after his domination last weekend - when the real story was Justin Rose - the joke that was the 18th hole c/w 'USA' chants now, thankfully, long forgotten.
A great sporting weekend but I did cringe sometimes at the booing of US players and cheering when they hit a poor shot. I particularly disliked the booing of Tony Finau, apparently one of the nicest guys you can meet, very humble and not deserving of such treatment.
Woods up to his trick of not being a team player, never achieved anything at Ryder cups. Reason no money in it for him.
It's always nice to see unhealthy fat people get outside and exercising.
940. Posted by Peter Plonker on1 hour agoThank goodness British players won't be playing Ryder cup gold next year due to Brexit. Too many dodgy EU deals done on the Golf course and it was about time it was stopped. Golf will be relegated to those punished for retiring early instead.---At least the stupidity of your posts perfectly match your user name
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