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Ryder Cup 2021

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On 22/09/2021 at 12:21, Carradona said:

Poulter is already doing my fucking head in on social media. 

Yep . I think he is unlikely to repeat past heroics . Justin Rose would be there instead if it were my call . Sentiment picking Poulter IMO 

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9 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

What time is this on telly tonight? Have to say, I’m not really excited for this. Maybe I’ll get into it when it kicks off but I’ve not bothered with any of the news and stuff so far. I don't see the Ryder Cup as the sort of pinnacle of golf, like some others do. 
 

I’ll watch it, of course, but I’m not really feeling it yet. 

1.05pm UK time is first tee time tomorrow. 

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3 minutes ago, No2 said:

America have a couple of blind lads. I may have to reevaluate. 

I nearly went blind trawling through the wags pictures 

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Just now, Bjornebye said:

I nearly went blind trawling through the wags pictures 

I'm liking the leather trousers on the American wags.

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12 hours ago, Jose Jones said:

Have to say US Wags are miles ahead there. 


Wtf?

 Now Ive heard it all. 

 

 

 

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  • Match 1: Garcia/Rahm vs Spieth/Thomas
  • Match 2: Casey/Hovland vs Johnson/Morikawa
  • Match 3: Westood/Fitzpatrick vs Berger/Koepka
  • Match 4: McIlroy/Poulter vs Cantlay/Schauffele

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27 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Stricker needs to hope one of those last two pairings ends up clicking 

I think Harrington is the one to worry about the last two pairings, especially Westwood/Fitz.

 

Can’t see Europe winning at all, there are too many question marks about too many of their players in terms of form (Hatton, Fleetwood, Fitzpatrick, Rory, Poulter etc).

 

It could happen but it would be a big shock for me.

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The US will win and probably comfortably. The course setup levelled the talent last time and Europe always have better chemistry which gives them a small margins advantage. Europe won't have the course setup advantage this time and surely the US can't keep being so dysfunctional. They have to realize they are hurting themselves at some point. 

 

Looking forward to it, though. Ryder Cup is always great. 

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6 hours ago, Brownie said:

I think Harrington is the one to worry about the last two pairings, especially Westwood/Fitz.

 

Can’t see Europe winning at all, there are too many question marks about too many of their players in terms of form (Hatton, Fleetwood, Fitzpatrick, Rory, Poulter etc).

 

It could happen but it would be a big shock for me.

Agree, cant see Europe being in the running come Sunday. Set up will also suit the ham shanks . Would love to be wrong tho'

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The opening match ups look a bit ominous. You can view our lot as a collection of old timers and also rans in the wrong light. Reckon we need a good start in the foursomes or we could be in trouble.

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9 hours ago, Brownie said:

I think Harrington is the one to worry about the last two pairings, especially Westwood/Fitz.

 

Can’t see Europe winning at all, there are too many question marks about too many of their players in terms of form (Hatton, Fleetwood, Fitzpatrick, Rory, Poulter etc).

 

It could happen but it would be a big shock for me.

 

Tommy will be fine, I gave him a few little pointers last week. Don't worry about him.

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