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Everything the United States did turned to gold on the opening day of the 43rd Ryder Cup, when Steve Stricker came up with the perfect plan.

The United States took a 6-2 lead over Europe after one day of action, thanks in part to a 3-1 lead in four-ball games in the afternoon after Stricker chose to split his winning pairs – a decision initially questioned but later questioned. vindicated.

The Americans, with nine of the world’s eleven best-ranked players, went down 3-1 in the morning fours in Whistling Straits.

World number two Dustin Johnson, winner of last year’s Masters, and Tokyo Olympic champion Xander Schauffele were never behind in beating Europe’s Paul Casey and Bernd Wiesberger 2&1 in the afternoon session.

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Americans Tony Finau and Harris English birdied to win the eighth, ninth and tenth holes for a lead of three and rolled over four-time big winner Rory McIlroy and 2019 British Open winner Shane Lowry 4&3.

It is the first time that McIlroy has lost two Ryder Cup matches on the same day.

England’s Tyrrell Hatton sank a seven-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to keep himself and the best Jon Rahm on par with Americans Bryson DeChambeau and Scottie Scheffler. Neither duo led more than 1-up in the match.

Europe’s Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland are on par with American PGA playoff champion Patrick Cantlay and American compatriot Justin Thomas.

The United States needs 14.5 points to win the Ryder Cup, while Europe needs 14 points to keep the trophy.

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Olympic gold medalist Xander Schauffele and newly crowned US PGA Tour FedEx Cup champion Patrick Cantlay roared out the gate en route to a 5&3 win over European veterans Rory McIlroy and Ian Poulter.

Spanish duo Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia took the lone point of the morning for Europe with a 3&1 win over Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth in the first game.

Then came a wave of red on the scoreboard, starting with Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa beating Paul Casey and Viktor Hovland 3&2.

Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger never fell behind on their way to a 2&1 win over Lee Westwood and Matt Fitzpatrick.

Schauffele and Cantlay – both Ryder Cup rookies – lived up to expectations set by their 2019 Presidents Cup performances and recent form with an emphatic victory that looked to end much earlier as they won the first five holes against McIlroy and Poulter.

“Such a start, I’m really glad we kept our nerve and kept our footing,” said Cantlay.

McIlroy and Poulter got no further until they won the 10th and 11th, but Cantlay stopped his second shot within three feet on the 14th for a birdie and a birdie to win the 15th.

Europe owed its lone point of the morning to the world number one Rahm’s putter, who forged another sensational Spanish partnership with Garcia.

Rahm’s excellent morning on the greens included a 58-foot birdie putt from the edge to win the fourth hole, along with winning putts of 14, 12 and 15 feet on the first nine.

After Spieth and Thomas narrowed the gap to 13th, Garcia responded with a 24-footer of his own to 15 that put the pressure on Spieth to make his eight-footer—sliding past the lip, leaving the Americans three-down with three to play.

Thomas and Spieth extended the game with a birdie at par-5 16th, but Thomas’ tee shot at par-3 17th kicked down the steep grassy bank to the left of the green.

Spieth’s stance was so awkward that he lost his balance when he hit the shot and had to work to avoid landing in Lake Michigan – but the ball landed just six feet from the pin.

Thomas couldn’t make the putt and the match was over with Rahm and Garcia’s par. “I knew my job would be to make some putts and I did that early on,” said Rahm.

Garcia recorded his 23rd Ryder Cup win, tying Nick Faldo’s record. He extended his record for Ryder Cup points won to 26.5.


Meanwhile, United States three-time big winner Jordan Spieth went down a hill and nearly tripped over Lake Michigan.

The bizarre scene took place on the deciding par-3 17th hole in Whistling Straits when Spieth and Justin Thomas lost 3&1 in the opening match to European Spanish duo Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia.

The formidable course, carved into a hillside along the lakeshore, has slopes and cliffs and treacherous areas for errant balls along the shoreline.

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In the alternate shot format, Thomas struck into a deep rough on a hill on 17th and the ball bounced off the cliff on the green, rolled over the putting area and jumped the bank.

Spieth got a side shot and somehow managed to blast the ball out of the deep grass above him onto the green, six feet from the hole.

Meanwhile, Spieth stumbled back down the hill after making contact, turning as he tried to regain his balance.

He slowed his out-of-control momentum just in time to avoid a plunge into Lake Michigan.

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US captain Steve Stricker and European captain Padraig Harrington shake hands during the opening ceremony of the 43rd Ryder Cup in Whistling Straits. Photo: Getty ImagesSource: AFP

– ‘Incredible’ scene –

US captain Steve Stricker called the atmosphere “incredible.” “We’ve been waiting for that, haven’t we?” said Stricker. “Three years since the last Ryder Cup.” Stricker, a Wisconsin native, said he expected spectators to be loud but respectful of the European team.

There were taunts for the Europeans early on, but Spieth offered a dress-up to a fan on the third hole who, in his opinion, had gone too far in harassing the visitors.

Europe is trying to hold on to the cup they won in France in 2018 against an American team that featured nine of the world’s top 11 players.

The Europeans have won nine of the last twelve editions of the biennial match play event, including three of the past six on American soil.

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