Europe is overmatched in every way
Every two years it's the same old thing. Even the briefest of glances at the probable and possible members of the American and European Ryder Cup sides reveals only one credible result in the biennial contest between these two longtime protagonists. From top to bottom, the U.S. side is just better. Miles better.
On U.S. Open-style home soil at Oakland
Hills, where the fairways are narrower, the greens faster and the
collars thicker than many of the less-experienced European players ...
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