With the PGA Championship starting on Thursday, the golf world is in a bit of turmoil. Dustin Johnson is on "a leave of absence." Tiger Woods hobbled off the grounds at Firestone after just 62 holes. Rory McIlroy is looking unbeatable.
The U.S. Ryder Team, which for much of the year has looked like the stronger of the two, suddenly seems seriously shaky. Consider everything in the first paragraph, coupled with Sergio's very solid play of late, as well as the fact that the only Americans playing consistently good golf of late are Rickie Fowler and Keegan Bradley. There's still time for the Americans to come around, but right now it looks like the smart money would be on the Euros come September.
But first, it's off to Valhalla for the PGA Championship. Let's hit the links, Twitter style.