Questions for Sunday singles:
1. Can DeChambeau shelve his show off tendencies long enough to actually play golf? Fortunately, he can only lose his team one point. He drew Sergio.
2. Can the U.S. team bear down enough to make Sunday‘s matches an exhibition only? A desperate Harrington put...
Tomorrow morning foursomes. McIlroy sits for the first time ever. Powerful teams from the Americans. VH has to play Spieth and Thomas.
8:05 a.m. ET: Koepka/Berger vs. Rahm/Garcia
8:21 a.m.: Johnson/Morikawa vs. Casey/Hatton
8:37 a.m.: Thomas/Spieth vs. Hovland/Wiesberger
Viktor played well, but it’s a team game. He was paired with some good but not great players. And Casey is just a smarmy little dork who’s not as good as he thinks he is. US has too much firepower and is too much younger. I think and hope they roll tomorrow
I agree with this. I’m afraid DeChambeau and Koepka’s mentality will take over and they will be individual‘s playing for themselves. But I’ll be cheering for Viktor in every match he plays, so I guess I’m partly cheering for Europe. I want to see somebody smash Ian Poulter, though.
Stricker announced the US team this morning. US players are
Notice no Patrick Reed. However it’s uncertain...
The travelogues of Ireland were great to watch, and it was great to watch Shane Lowry come through and overcome the nerves. What a story.
I’m glad Koepka called out.JB Holmes. More players need to do that, it’s inexcusable.
And DeChambeaux had a little tantrum like a 6 year old when that eagle putt went in, too. All caught on camera. It was sweet.
There was a piece of me that wanted Morikawa’s eagle putt to go in, too. That playoff would have been so historic.
If anybody watched the Golf Central pregame, OSU just got a million dollars worth of promo in that show. Interviews with Britton and the assistant coach, lots of pictures and video of Wolff and Victor in college, and of Wolff and Morikawa competing. Great stuff.