ES Why such acts Rider Cup Considered the biggest and most unusual scene in the game of golf. On Saturday, Americans Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger came to the first tee just before the start of the four-ball game in the afternoon, further exacerbating the spectator atmosphere. Continuing “America !, America!”
These “tin rolls” flew to two back players. Fans immediately shouted “Chuck, chuck, chuck!” (Drink! X!) They chanted. It didn’t take long to hear from two world-class professionals. They gave the fans a choice. Both can treat themselves to alcohol. First, they were suspended for the second “session” of the day – and the home team had something to celebrate.
A clear win for the USA team
After the first three rounds of the Haven (Wisconsin) Straits Course of Whistle Straits Golf, the Golf Double Edition had a 9: 3 lead for hosts, the largest since 1979 as the European choice to replace Great Britain and Ireland competing with the Twelve Top American Experts. After four ball games in the evening, the Americans took an 11: 5 lead.
In the history of this glorious fight no group has been able to make up for such a deficit. The Americans in 1999 and the Europeans in 2012 had the biggest comeback, each of them turning the 6:10 deficit into a victory. It was questionable in 2021: In the end, the Americans achieved a historic 19: 9 victory. It was a team’s ultimate victory in the modern era of the Ryder Cup. The only winner of the tournament was 24-year-old Colin Morikawa, who led the U.S. team to victory with his personal draw against Norway’s Victor Howland on Sunday morning.
“The world needs a party again”
The stage was already set for the perfect ending of an American celebration. “The world needs another party, and we’re pleased to host it. The Ryder Cup is more than just a golf event. For the first two days, thousands of people were at the gate at 3:30 a.m., an hour and a half before they opened.
When the first teams left seven hours later they all wanted to secure a seat on the big grandstand shaping the first tease like a ponytail. “You have to see this grandstand, you only have to see the red,” the Englishman explained Ian Boulder The unusual feeling of seeing only the colors of American hosts. From time to time some supporters appeared dressed in blue and yellow of “euros”, but they formed a small minority due to entry restrictions for Europeans.
Some Irish and English people living in the United States are not seen among the 40,000 fans every day, even though Saturday shines briefly with the singing break with English professional Paul Casey. Even American commentators are missing something: “Euro fans” greet each of their players with a creative song, often rehearsing in British pubs.
The PGA of the United States still hosted the PGA Championship in September 2020 without fans. But that was the question mark of the Ryder Cup. Many Europeans, especially Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy, even announced that they would not compete in the Ryder Cup without spectators: “It is better to play in front of 40,000 Americans than on empty stands,” said the 32-year-old. Old Northern Irishman. This valuable competition thrives on fans who support their teams with flag-waving slogans and slogans — forgetting the general gentlemanly control of golf and sometimes the so-called etiquette.
As only American fans cheered for the good beat of their own players in Wisconsin, Irish captain Badrek Harrington enjoyed something completely new: “Peace Gold. If you haven’t heard anything, I know my players have achieved something special.” Very nice ones. ”And if anyone left the line, one wanted to bother with the“ euros, ”a man like Texan Jordan Speed advised fans.
In addition, it was repeatedly warned that any gross misconduct, insult, defamation or mockery would be punished if immediately dismissed. But there was enough to celebrate for the American fans that victory after victory in the quarterfinals was the constant mood of celebration. Your own men are so nice, you don’t have to focus too much on “euros”.
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