Darren Clarke mixes up his team as Europe bid to continue Ryder Cup fightback



European captain Darren Clarke turned to Plan B as day two of the 41st Ryder Cup got off to an electrifying start at Hazeltine.
Clarke's side fought back to trail 5-3 after being whitewashed in Friday's opening session, with none of the defeated foursomes pairings appearing again on Saturday morning.
Instead, Clarke kept two of his winning pairs from the afternoon fourballs together and split the other to allow Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose to partner rookies Matt Fitzpatrick and Chris Wood respectively.
Rory McIlroy and Thomas Pieters were sent out first against Rickie Fowler and Phil... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 23
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