Ryder Cup day two foursomes sees Europe cut the lead as Sergio Garcia and Rafael Cabrera-Bello fightback to take a hard-fought half



Does sport get any better than what we were privileged to witness on a morning of raw emotion and golf of the purest quality at the Ryder Cup on day two?
So good was it that it seemed quite ridiculous there were only four points at stake, as each produced an episode of incredible theatre.
Like all the best dramas, this one produced a twist at the end that nobody could have foreseen.
Four up with only six holes to play, it seemed for all the world that the hitherto irresistible Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed would make it 2-2 on the morning and enable the Americans to preserve their two-... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 35
Source: Daily Mail
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