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Redford

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I wouldn’t have Westwood and Casey out there in foursomes. They’re not good enough putters. He’s done it twice now silly Padraig.
 

Redford

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What a terrible morning foursomes performance by the Euros the first 2 days - especially by the English players. Can’t hole anything that’s 8-10 feet out to 20. Nothing. Particularly Westwood who should never have been played in the foursomes. Him and Fitzpatrick terrible. Casey ordinary. And how did Hovland and Wiesberger lose their match like that ? Fell apart on the greens as well, on the back 9. Most non impactful Euro putting display I’ve seen in a long time.

Spaniards the only ones with any game.

Frustrating thing is, the Americans aren’t playing out of their skin. They’ve just been ok. Otherwise the Euros just can’t get anything going at all and are handing it to them.

Time to watch the four balls now.
 
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The Big Richo

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Rahm aside, I've barely seen a European player make a putt of consequence over any sort of length.

Lowry made one of the few on 18 but the overwhelming majority of those moments have passed with barely a whimper.

Awful performance and yet it wouldn't surprise me if it still gets tight tomorrow.
 

Redford

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Rahm aside, I've barely seen a European player make a putt of consequence over any sort of length.

Lowry made one of the few on 18 but the overwhelming majority of those moments have passed with barely a whimper.

Awful performance and yet it wouldn't surprise me if it still gets tight tomorrow.
Yep.

Geez Hovland is an ordinary putter. Hatton, Rory and Fleetwood badly out of form. Westwood diabolical on the greens too.

The Americans are hitting it all over the place but the Euros are so off their game they can’t make them pay. At least Spieth and Thomas have had a few beatings.
 
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tigerman

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Yep.

Geez Hovland is an ordinary putter. Hatton, Rory and Fleetwood badly out of form. Westwood diabolical on the greens too.
You're not wrong with Hovland, he couldn't even get them close enough to lip out. Needs to get his eyes checked.
 

tigerman

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Sergio grows a leg in the Ryder Cup.
Have been watching Harris English for a while, I reckon he's got a major in him, as has Scottie Scheffler.

 

The Big Richo

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Yep.

Geez Hovland is an ordinary putter. Hatton, Rory and Fleetwood badly out of form. Westwood diabolical on the greens too.

The Americans are hitting it all over the place but the Euros are so off their game they can’t make them pay. At least Spieth and Thomas have had a few beatings.

Never realised the full extent of what a wanker Thomas is until this week.

I also always thought Rahm's putting was shaky but he has been a snake charmer this week.

Looking at the match-ups tomorrow, Europe loading up out the gate and will need Rory, Lowry, Rahm and Garcia to go bang early and hope that's enough to get the rest of them to tighten up. If not, it could be a 20 point plus US score and a humiliation.
 

tigerman

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Rahm and Scheffler playing each other in the singles, a couple of young bulls.
You'd have to go for Rahm, Scheffler wasn't bad, but wasn't at his best in the Fed Ex Cup playoffs. I've got a lot of time for him, and reckon he'll give Rahm a run for his money.
 

tigerman

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My man Scottie wiped the floor with Rahm.

I could've got $31 on him being 4 up after 4 holes. I looked at it, and was tempted.

Is there an uppercut emoji?
 

MD Jazz

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Hovland is a young star, reckon he'll bag a major before the likes of Sheffler & English.

The yanks have a formidable side, Europe needs to find some fresh blood.
 

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Dunno if anyone noticed, and haven’t heard anyone mention this, but Paula Gretzky goes off her brain at Dustin Johnson over something at the end. Bit of a nutter/volatile relationship from what you hear.

i noticed her earlier storming around trying to get on camera, then at the end in the crowd of players and other WAGs, she totally goes off.
 

MD Jazz

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Dunno if anyone noticed, and haven’t heard anyone mention this, but Paula Gretzky goes off her brain at Dustin Johnson over something at the end. Bit of a nutter/volatile relationship from what you hear.

i noticed her earlier storming around trying to get on camera, then at the end in the crowd of players and other WAGs, she totally goes off.
DJ was smashed in the group presser it was pretty funny. The yanks as a whole are pretty unlikeable. I reckon the only likeable ones are speith, morokowa and Johnson are likeable.