Euro team will always battle
So here's a switch: In most of the recent Ryder Cup years -- six of the last nine competitions -- the United States appeared to have the stronger team, yet Europe won.
Not so this year.
The U.S. squad is, at best, no
more than equal to the team from the other side of the Atlantic. Always,
it seems, there was a no-name European (at least a no-name to American
fans) who stepped up to win a key point (see Paul McGinley's Cup-winning
putt in 2002). This year at Oakland Hills both teams ...
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