There are fiery players, calm players, passionate players and guys that are just sick of hearing about USA always losing. Most of the players making up the US team are friends off the golf course (Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth went on that epic spring break golf trip with Justin Thomas and Smylie Kaufman), and everyone on the team will be in Minnesota determined to do whatever it takes to win. There was a lot of talk about discord two years ago when Mickelson publicly humiliated then-captain Tom Watson in the team’s post-tournament interview. That cannot happen again. Players and captains need to be on the same page, and so far, for the most part (Mickelson did raise some concerns again on Sunday), that seems to be the case for the US. Fowler was a classic case of someone being picked because he is well-liked by his peers and he can play alongside anyone. His form has not been great since a hot start to the season, but Fowler might be the guy Mickelson chooses to play with this time around. Home comforts Hazeltine suits the US squad better than the Europeans. why not try this outNot only do the visitors have six Ryder Cup rookies on their roster, they have four guys who play almost exclusively on European soil. While Hazeltine’s rough is not particularly daunting, it has the slick greens and overwhelming length more commonly encountered on the PGA Tour. The US boast a combination of long hitters and great wedge players, two of the most important things on this course. have a peek at this web-siteThe Europeans have a few of those too, but it will be harder for them to group everyone with a partner that makes up for any weaknesses.
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