I still haven't recovered from the Ryder Cup beatdown the Europeans gave the United States this past weekend, but there really isn't anything I can do about it. The European team was favored, so the result shouldn't be that shocking. The final score was the same as it was in 2004 at Oakland Hills, 18½ to 9½. The complete domination is what really blows my mind, and it's quite obvious some things need to change for the Americans.
The United States team didn't play great golf, but they certainly played good golf. The Europeans, on the other hand, played lights out. Anything the Americans did, the Europeans did even better. I have never seen so many holed long putts and chip-ins in my life, at least in a three-day period. I take my hat off to the golfers from across the pond. They handed us a third consecutive beating, and all the credit should go to them.
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