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Rich Lerner and Brandel Chamblee react to Patrick Cantlay’s performance in an important Day 2 for the Ryder Cup U.S. Team, in which the Americans kept themselves hanging around entering Sunday singles action.
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The U.S. trails by five points at the Ryder Cup, but Saturday evening went its way.
Patrick Cantlay said there was a simple explanation for why he wasn’t wearing a hat.
U.S. Team captain Zach Johnson speaks to the media after Day 2 of the Ryder Cup, downplaying the effect that the tension on 18 might have on Day 3 and expressing confidence in his team’s comeback chances in singles play.
Live From the Ryder Cup previews the singles matches set for Day 3 of the Ryder Cup, in which Scottie Scheffler has the chance to salvage a tough weekend individually by kicking off a comeback for the U.S. Team.
Here’s a look at the singles matches on Sunday at the Ryder Cup.
Live From the Ryder Cup analyzes the tension between Rory McIlroy and Joe LaCava, agreeing that the dispute on 18 was a bad look for LaCava but disagreeing about the effect it may have for the U.S. Team on Day 3.
Team Europe captain Luke Donald meets with the media to discuss the tensions at hole 18 on Day 2, the Europeans’ strong standing heading into singles play and his belief that players shouldn’t be paid for the Ryder Cup.