We're here to beat America, not Tiger Woods, insists McIlroy

Ruben Holloway
September 30, 2018

Each Your Golf Travel Ryder Cup package includes; course-entry tickets, transfers to and from the course, invitations to the two YGT Parties hosted by former European Ryder Cup winning Captains, one in Versailles hosted by Paul McGinley and one in Paris with Ian Woosnam, plus on-site concierge services and event management by a team of 10+ YGT staff.

Twelve of the finest golfers from Europe and the United States go head to head in the hope they can bring the famous trophy home.

Robin Tiger Williams, 17, was born the year Woods completed his famous "Tiger Slam" when he held all four golf majors at the same time.

The eyes of the world will descend on Le Golf National, France on Friday when the 42nd edition of the match will begin. "Beset by constant talk of Brexit, the Ryder Cup and Europe's rivalry with the U.S.is seemingly one of the only galvanizing events we're likely to see across the continent in the foreseeable future".

Three matches in the books, three red points on the board, and Tiger Woods was still on the golf course. I think he's got a lot, an bad lot. It only needed five points from the singles match Tuesday and picked up victories by Lucy Li, Yealimi Noah and Ricky Castillo, along with a halve from Rose Zhang. What stands on the other side we know is one of the strongest American teams of all time.

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Despite his formidable Ryder Cup record, he was frank when he insisted he would willingly sacrifice personal success for the sake of the team.

"There's enough stuff going on, you know, if you're a player or a captain", the 35-year-old Molinari said. The holders only require 14 points to retain the trophy.

The 2018 Ryder Cup has officially arrived, and while for many hardcore golf fans that's music to their ears, many more casual observers may need a little bit of an explained as to why there are nearly 7,500 maniacs on the first tee chanting, jeering and whooping during the best kind of mayhem in golf this season. It's excitement. It's something we don't get to experience in that regard because basically it's the final round of a tournament on the very first hole and every match you tee it up. "The level sort of declined after that, sort of reached its crescendo on the eighth green and the last 10 holes wasn't quite as good", McIlroy said. The best score at the hole wins the hole.

Then by the time you get to the singles on Sunday you are bloodied and ready to battle on your own. It is a one on one situation.

"It's all lined up to be something special", European captain Thomas Bjorn said Wednesday.

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If you're wondering what the big deal is, it's that the fans are going to be loud and amped up for the first Ryder Cup to be played on European soil in four years. "I felt like I wanted to portray what we are as a team to the people that were watching". The 48-year-old has won 26 professional events including the US Open in 2003.

"But my overall Ryder Cup record - not having won as a player since 1999 - is something that hopefully we can change".

Reed was a convenient target of the European faithful at Gleneagles back in 2014, telling them to hush after he made a big putt.

Fleetwood, meanwhile, is a little streetfighter while Rahm, too, is a passionate guy who can feed off the atmosphere that Ryder Cup crowds generate. However, one of his two missed cuts this season came at Le Golf National in the French Open as defending champion.

"It's a lot easier when it's a driver off the tee, but this hole, this is a different golf course, different setup", Watson said. "It would surprise me if it's quiet on the first tee".

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"Arriving at the hotel, walking into your room and you've got all your clothes, your outfits that are lined up, and getting in the team room with all the guys, it's really cool".

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