News for Saturday, September 29, 2012
Here are our staff predictions for the Sunday singles at the 2012 Ryder Cup.
The U.S. duo of Webb Simpson and Bubba Watson out-drove and out-putted their European four-ball counterparts Saturday afternoon at the Ryder Cup.
Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald built a 4-up lead, only to see themselves fight for their lives on the 18th green. Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy trailed 2 down at the turn, only to birdie six consecutive holes. Their clutch play kept the Ryder Cup competitive.
Here are the match-ups for the Sunday singles at the 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club.
Ian Poulter is the emotional leader for the European squad, and his fiery play Saturday morning helped Europe salvage a point in the morning foursomes. Poulter is now 10-3 all-time in the Ryder Cup.
The best sound bytes from each Ryder Cup team after the teams’ exciting 2-2 split in the afternoon four-balls session on Saturday.
Notebook: Despite brilliant play down the stretch, Tiger Woods moves to 0-3 on the week and has 17 losses for his career, tied for the American worst with Phil Mickelson.
The U.S. split its afternoon four-ball matches with Europe and heads into the singles matches up 10-6. See how it happened.
For the second consecutive day, the U.S. walked away with a 5-3 advantage on the day. But it took late heroics from Ian Poulter-Rory McIlroy and Sergio Garcia-Luke Donald to limit the damage for Europe.
A day after a tough loss to Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell, the tandem of Jim Furyk and Brandt Snedeker exacted revenge by returning the favor with a 1-up victory on Saturday.
Nicolas Colsaerts birdied the par-3 17th hole in dramatic fashion on Friday to help Europe tally a point. On Saturday, his water ball at the same hole cost Europe a potential point.
A look at how the U.S. took an 8-4 lead after a 3-1 morning foursomes session on Saturday at the Ryder Cup.
Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley have yet to play the 18th hole at Medinah, ending their match on the 12th green on Saturday morning in a 7-and-6 victory over Luke Donald and Lee Westwood.
Our staff of experts weighs in on their predictions for the Saturday afternoon four-ball sessions.
Tiger Woods will return to the course on Saturday afternoon, again paired with Steve Stricker as the U.S. looks to extend its lead in the four-ball matches.
The Republic of Korea and New Zealand's Lydia Ko lead after three rounds of the Women's World Amateur Team Championship.