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After removing any doubt whether the first pairing of golfers from Northern Ireland would notch a full point in Ryder Cup play, the next matter of business for Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy was sorting out nicknames.
Europe has nearly pulled off a clean sweep at the Ryder Cup, surging into the lead by claiming all but a half-point in the last session of team matches.
There's a surprising candidate for Ryder Cup rookie of the match. Heck, Jeff Overton might just be MVP if the Americans manage to hold on to the Ryder Cup.
Call it Water(proof)gate.
The Sir Terry river was flowing wildly down the hill toward the 18th green, as thousands of fans trudged toward home through the muck of a golf course that was never supposed to flood. Taking advantage of a badly needed break, U.S. Ryder Cup players huddled in their team room, presumably trying to figure out why an event that earns so many millions couldn't afford to give them rain jackets that didn't leak.
The U.S. rain gear at the Ryder Cup is no longer a fashion faux pas.
Good thing for the Americans the Ryder Cup ultimately comes down to golf shots, not style points.
U.S. captain Corey Pavin has four picks and one tough decision to fill out his Ryder Cup team.
Tiger Woods was a no-brainer as a captain's pick for the Ryder Cup.