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  • Trailing Europe try to build on Ryder Cup momentum
    Rory McIlroy of Team Europe reacts on the 16th green after making a putt to win the match during afternoon four-ball matches of the 2016 Ryder Cup, at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota, on September 30Europe try to capitalize on momentum from an impressive fightback against leaders United States, at the Ryder Cup on Saturday, with Rory McIlroy out to avenge a last-hole loss...
  • US cling to 5-3 Ryder Cup lead after Europe fightback
    Team USA's Phil Mickelson (L behind) Rickie Fowler, and Team Europe's Rory McIlroy and Andy Sullivan gather during the morning foursome matches at the 41st Ryder Cup, at Hazeltine National Golf Course in Chaska, Minnesota, on September 30, 2016Rory McIlroy took a bow before hostile fans after completing a European fightback at the Ryder Cup, but the United States still led 5-3 thanks to a foursomes whitewash...
  • Darvish fans 12 as Texas Rangers clinch MLB home field advantage
    Yu Darvish of the Rangers throws against the Tampa Bay Rays in the second inning, at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas, on September 30, 2016The Texas Rangers' Japanese pitching ace Yu Darvish struck out a season-high 12 batters as the Rangers secured home-field advantage throughout the Major League Baseball playoffs with a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays...
  • McIlroy hopes eagle dance inspires Team Europe
    Team Europe's Rory McIlroy (R) and Thomas Pieters defeated Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar 3 and 2 to lead an afternoon chargeRory McIlroy helped reinvigorate a European challenge with an emotional celebration on the 16th hole after he drained a walk off eagle putt to cap the first day of the 41st Ryder Cup...
  • Captains at logger-heads in Ryder Cup 'spin' game
    PGA: Ryder CupBy Larry Fine CHASKA, Minnesota (Reuters) - U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III and European supremo Darren Clarke showed off their skills as master motivators and polished spin doctors after Friday's see-saw opening day of action at Hazeltine. The Americans, desperate to end a ruthless run of three successive victories by Europe, stormed to a 4-0 sweep of the morning foursomes before the Cup holders fired back by winning three of four fourballs matches to whittle down the U.S. lead down to 5-3. Proud of our guys." Clarke was pleased as punch with his team's standing.
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