Ryder Cup: Day 2 Predictions for All 4 Morning Matches

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Woods was one of at least three players heard to use the word "f--" during the day - along with McIlroy and Justin Thomas, while golfing traditionalists would nearly certainly have been offended by some of the other behaviour on display. "This morning wasn't ideal but it was still a better start than Hazeltine".

He went left, he went right, he went long - and came up so far short of his own legend that you have to wonder if it was really Patrick Reed at all.

"He feels like he's in a place where he can go into that position and get the best out of himself".

As a result, Woods' record this week reads 0-3, while his overall Ryder Cup output is a disappointing 14.5 points from 36 matches.

Leading 5-3 overnight after a clean sweep of the foursomes matches on Friday afternoon, Europe came out on another crisp, clear-blue French morning at the same rampaging pace, and the United States wilted under the onslaught.

"So we've got to get off to a good start, we know that but even if we were leading, we would say the same I think this".

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"So I'm happy with the way it looks". The foursomes match was never close, as Fleetwood delivered big putts to win holes, each time turning to the crowd in a crouch, dropping both arms and pumping them wildly.

Woods will face Jon Rahm in the fourth match out in Sunday's Singles. "Now that we as a group - Tiger, myself, Furyk and (assistant Steve) Stricker - we've been part of the winning side on the Presidents Cup, we've been on the losing side on the Ryder Cup. we know exactly what the difference is, and now that we have involvement, we're going to fix it". Patrick Reed, aka Captain America, has been missing in action since day one and it appeared to get worse for him on day two. The Europeans dovetailed superbly to surge four-up after eight holes, a lead they still held after 12.

"We need a big couple of points early on, and then the pressure moves exclusively on to them", said Spieth, who has three points from four matches here with Thomas. He now has 24-and-a-half of them and a win in today's singles will make him the record points-scorer in the event's history. "We're trying to make some magic tomorrow".

The tandem of Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood continued to be prolific. Woods is 4-1-2 in singles, his last victory coming in 2010 - against Molinari. Helped by Casey, back on this stage for the first time in a decade, bursting out of the blocks with five birdies in the first six holes - three of them were hole winners - they were nine-under for 16 holes in beating Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler.

"Some of that (poor record) might be that Tiger Woods hasn't played his best golf but primarily it is that he hasn't had the support", said Chamblee, a former PGA Tour victor. If European captain Thomas Bjorn had scribbled down a list of goals for his team this week on a chalkboard before the matches began, silencing Reed would have been at or near the top of that list of things to do.

"If we can get two or three points early, it gets to be quiet and uneasy around here". That Medinah comeback featured five Americans that are on this 2018 team (Woods, Watson, Mickelson, Simpson, and Johnson).

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