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Reed Sensationally Blames Spieth & Furyk For US Ryder Cup Defeat

Patrick Reed has said that US Captain Jim Furyk’s decision not to pair him with Jordan Spieth was behind the defeat to Team Europe at the 2018 Ryder Cup. Reed admitted egos were a problem for the American team as he blamed Jordan Spieth for the end of their successful Ryder Cup partnership, before going on to describe US captain Jim Furyk’s …

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Top 10 Quotes From A Fantastic Weekend Of Ryder Cup Action

Europe regained the RyderCup from the United States on Sunday with a crushing 17.5 to 10.5 victory at Le Golf National in France. Here, Pundit Arena takes a look at some of the best quotes from the 42nd edition of the matchplay showdown: “It’s disappointing because I went 0-4, and that’s four points to the European team. And I’m one …

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“Moliwood-Mania” Continues As Team Europe Share Post Victory Video

A video of Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood in bed together with the Ryder Cup trophy has been posted in celebration of Europe’s victory over the US.  The morning after the week before ?#TeamEurope #Moliwood pic.twitter.com/J5JunSS5Ee — Ryder Cup Europe (@RyderCupEurope) October 1, 2018 Molinari and Fleetwood made history by becoming the first European pair to win four out of …

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Five Key Moments As Europe Overcome US To Win 2018 Ryder Cup

Europe regained the Ryder Cup by rounding off a dominant performance on Sunday to beat the United States 17.5 to 10.5 at Le Golf National. Here, Pundit Arena takes a look at five key moments from the 42nd edition of the Ryder Cup: Finau’s 16th tee shot on first day Thomas Bjorn’s hosts started strongly in the opening fourballs on …

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Where The 2018 Ryder Cup Was Won & Lost

Europe recorded the biggest Ryder Cup victory since their 2006 triumph in Ireland with a 17.5-10.5 defeat of the United States at Le Golf National. Pundit Arena looks at where the 42nd edition of the biennial team golf showdown was won and lost: _____ Captain’s Picks Thomas Bjorn’s decision to select Ryder Cup stalwart Sergio Garcia despite his dismal form …

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The Best Photos From Europe’s Glorious Ryder Cup Victory

Thomas Bjorn and his twelve heroes have recaptured the Ryder Cup from a highly-fancied United States team. The two sides did battle over three days at Le Golf National in Paris, and the French Open venue proved a fitting host for a remarkable week. In truth, Team Europe had much of the legwork done over the first two days, gaining …

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I’m One Of The Reasons We Lost Ryder Cup, Says Woods

A despondent Tiger Woods admitted that he “was a contributing factor” as to why the United States surrendered the Ryder Cup to Europe, after losing all four of his matches at Le Golf National. The 14-time major champion suffered only his second singles defeat in the match-play showdown with a 2 and 1 loss to Jon Rahm as Europe charged …

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Watch: Butch Harmon Goes In On Patrick Reed For Shush Celebration

From a hero at Hazeltine to a villain Le Golf National, it’s been a brutal week for Patrick Reed. ‘Captain America’ had earned a reputation to challenge that of Ian Poulter’s ‘postman’ moniker with his performance in the 2016 Ryder Cup, but here, the Masters champion managed just one point throughout his three matches. Paired twice with Tiger Woods in …

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Sergio Garcia Becomes All-Time Leading Ryder Cup Points Scorer

Sergio Garcia became the leading points-scorer in Ryder Cup history as his 2 and 1 win over American Rickie Fowler helped Europe regain the trophy at Le Golf National on Sunday. The 38-year-old Spaniard, a controversial wildcard pick by captain Thomas Bjorn after a poor season, passed Nick Faldo’s previous mark of 25 points, reaching 25.5 since making his debut …

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