USA fails on Ryder Cup
After 25 years of drought, the USA missed the chance to over its bad luck. It seems they have another embarrassing failure for the USA. They had an hour to see it as happened on Ryder Cup, but they failed anyway. Besides the USA is not so good as Europe in teams, they had to chance to win in singles. Comebacks are believable like 1999’s American comeback in Brooklyn and 2012’s European comeback in Medinah.
Euro Captain Thomas called their match between him and Rory Mcllroy as pillow fight because of their some poor shots. However, it was a competitive match in there somewhere and Americans had a hope even for a limited short time.
Moments from the cup
In the first day, the USA led in a couple of the others in that first six while Europe led none. So, social media got crazy.
Tiger Woods revealed some performance not appreciated so in social media.
Sergio Garcia became the all-time leading point scorer in Ryder Cup history.
Most of Europeans celebrate the victory together and seem to understand what does it mean act together when they unite.
We may say that American’s failure might be based on their ancestors’ sports culture. When we have a look both we could see especially British sports culture like golf and cricket, but can not say the same thing for Americans except for basketball and rugby.
So, final day’s results are like that:
- Justin Thomas vs. Rory McIlroy – USA wins, 1-up
- Brooks Koepka vs. Paul Casey – Halved
- Webb Simpson vs. Justin Rose – USA wins, 3&2
- Tiger Woods vs. Jon Rahm – EUR wins, 2&1
- Tony Finau vs. Tommy Fleetwood – USA wins, 6&4
- Dustin Johnson vs. Ian Poulter – EUR wins, 2-up
- Jordan Spieth vs. Thorbjorn Olesen – EUR wins, 5&4
- Rickie Fowler vs. Sergio Garcia – EUR wins, 2&1
- Phil Mickelson vs. Francesco Molinari – EUR wins, 4&2
- Patrick Reed vs. Tyrrell Hatton – USA wins, 3&2
- Bubba Watson vs. Henrik Stenson – EUR wins, 5&4
- Bryson DeChambeau vs. Alex Noren – EUR wins, 1-up
And as a result, Europe wins Ryder Cup