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    Monty tweeting it should be a/s and not tied when playing in Europe, he's right of course. Why are they going with the yanks on this I wonder.


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    Normally I'd want it to be fairly tight going I to sunday for entertainment purposes. But now I want an annihilation. No single point for American at all, even take a 4 0 from this morning and win it outright by tea time 😂
    US captains and vice captains are just a bunch of Ryder cup losers. Was never going to go well.

    Morale will hit all time lows for this afternoon and tomorrow if this continues.

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    What has gone wrong here for the Americans it can’t solely be down to 5 weeks off, I’m not buying these guys haven’t swung a club for that whole time anyway.

    It’s a slaughtering

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    Surprised but delighted to see Bob back in this afters. Now he’s had a taste of it hopefully he can play with a bit more freedom today.

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    Surprised but delighted to see Bob back in this afters. Now he’s had a taste of it hopefully he can play with a bit more freedom today.
    Me too. That said, I think Donald has coached this team phenomenally.

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    Me too. That said, I think Donald has coached this team phenomenally.

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    Well he certainly got going in the back nine..very gutsy indeed

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    Hat twiddling from the americans is very jamboesque

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    Hat twiddling from the americans is very jamboesque
    I think they were taking the mickey out of the crowd as it was them who started it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golden Bear View Post
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    I think they were taking the mickey out of the crowd as it was them who started it.
    Yeah just the story…Cantilay doesn’t wear a hat (there was story it was because
    he wasn’t getting paid to..he said it’s cause he has a big head 😅

    Rory almost scrapping with Bones McKay 🤜👊💥😅

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    Well he certainly got going in the back nine..very gutsy indeed
    He looked a different player after he holed his first real putt.

    They've put him out 12th tomorrow but hopefully he'll win a point regardless although I think Clarke will be hard to beat.

    It'll be won early.

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    I think they were taking the mickey out of the crowd as it was them who started it.
    Yep, nothing wrong with the Americans giving a bit back at a golf event which has taken on more of a football-style vibe. McIlroy has lost the plot a bit tonight.

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    Some of the 'banter' from the crowd later in the day was embarrassing. And despite the event being in Italy, the accents all sounded suspiciously English. So proud of my country.

    I'd like to think that the European players might actually say something or gesture to the crowd to cut out the p*** ('get in the water' , etc) , but they seem to be fine with it. I'd alsolike to think the crowd could create an intimidating atmosphere without resorting to crap chat like that.

    Mcilroy isn't getting the Nicklaus Jacklin award anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by McSwanky View Post
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    Some of the 'banter' from the crowd later in the day was embarrassing. And despite the event being in Italy, the accents all sounded suspiciously English. So proud of my country.

    I'd like to think that the European players might actually say something or gesture to the crowd to cut out the p*** ('get in the water' , etc) , but they seem to be fine with it. I'd alsolike to think the crowd could create an intimidating atmosphere without resorting to crap chat like that.

    Mcilroy isn't getting the Nicklaus Jacklin award anyway!

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    Never seen many Union Jack's or English flags in the crowds. Seen plenty Saltires.

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    Never seen many Union Jack's or English flags in the crowds. Seen plenty Saltires.
    Wasn't aware or concentrating on flags at all. But that wouldn't necessarily surprise me as bringing a Union Flag to an event where Europe is competing as a whole probably wouldn't be the smartest move these days. Sadly it's become a bit of a divisive symbol now.

    I thought of saying 'British accents' in my post above, but nobody really says that. I'd be equally, if not more, embarrassed if they were Scottish accents.

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    Only a matter of time before we get "xxxx you're a wanchor" a la football. For me anyway, it spoils the viewing especially in the afternoon once the beer is in their bellies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by He's here! View Post
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    Yep, nothing wrong with the Americans giving a bit back at a golf event which has taken on more of a football-style vibe. McIlroy has lost the plot a bit tonight.
    There was no need for the caddie to be on the green and in Rory's way and trying to stare him out prior to a huge putt. Ridiculous behaviour by the caddy imo and deserved to be called out for it. No doubt a reaction to getting their asses handed to them in the first few sessions. Hopefully Europe finish the job off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just_Jimmy View Post
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    He looked a different player after he holed his first real putt.

    They've put him out 12th tomorrow but hopefully he'll win a point regardless although I think Clarke will be hard to beat.

    It'll be won early.

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    Thought he was dreadful over the two days to be honest. Was carried to a point and a half by Rose. At least he had that one moment with the bunker shot and putt though to leave some kind of positive mark on the event. That they've hidden him at 12 in the order today, well away from the action, tells it's own story. Unless things go very badly wrong it should be long over before his match finishes up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibby Bairn View Post
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    Only a matter of time before we get "xxxx you're a wanchor" a la football. For me anyway, it spoils the viewing especially in the afternoon once the beer is in their bellies.


    Couldn't agree more.

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    There was no need for the caddie to be on the green and in Rory's way and trying to stare him out prior to a huge putt. Ridiculous behaviour by the caddy imo and deserved to be called out for it. No doubt a reaction to getting their asses handed to them in the first few sessions. Hopefully Europe finish the job off.
    I was meaning him having a go at another US caddy in the car park later in the evening.

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    Only a matter of time before we get "xxxx you're a wanchor" a la football. For me anyway, it spoils the viewing especially in the afternoon once the beer is in their bellies.
    We came close to that at the Open with some of the stuff being shouted at Harman by moronic Fleetwood fans.

    I agree with you that the fans are a turn-off when it comes to watching the Ryder Cup.

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    I've not got a lot of time for golf but, there's something truly special about The Ryder Cup.

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    Bob 2 up early doors. I hope he wins a point. Even if its already won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just_Jimmy View Post
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    Bob 2 up early doors. I hope he wins a point. Even if its already won.

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    Could be 3 shortly. If he wins big he could actually be the guy that seals it.

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    That first match was a classic! Rose just nails one to be just one down….amazing the ebb and flow

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    Could be 3 shortly. If he wins big he could actually be the guy that seals it.

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    Looking like we'll be needing his point either way.

    It would be epic to see him delivering the win but I'm not sure my nerves will take it.

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    That first match was a classic! Rose just nails one to be just one down….amazing the ebb and flow
    Hoping the US can take it to the wire to ramp up the tension. Part of me would also like to see some of the more dorkish European fans made to sweat.

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    This is getting a bit tense…

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    Well done Rory, 4pts for him. 👏

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    This is getting a bit tense…
    Ridiculously so. Set up nicely for Bob to clinch it through 🙏

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibee87 View Post
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    Ridiculously so. Set up nicely for Bob to clinch it through 🙏
    That would be brilliant! They’ll be dancing in his shinty club!

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