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While the golf world has to wait another seven months for its next major championship to be contested, the excitement for most important international event in the sport has reached a fever pitch with the 43rd Ryder Cup underway Friday from Whistling Straits. Though this event -- still named the 2020 Ryder Cup -- was delayed a full year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no lacking anticipation as the United States and Europe begin their biennial battle.
Serving as the host is a beautiful course in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with some links characteristics that should excite the European team. They will need whatever help they can get entering the Ryder Cup as significant underdogs to an American team that boasts youth and talent up and down its roster. Though the U.S. is just 2-7 in Ryder Cups since the turn of the century, it is looking to win its second straight on home soil.
This one is going to be a barn-burner from start to finish, and our CBS Sports experts have offered their picks and predictions for the Ryder Cup. So go ahead and brush up on the Ryder Cup format along with the scoring and rules procedures. If this event is anything like the last one held in the United States at Hazeltine in 2016, it's going to be a ton of fun with plenty of Cheeseheads having a blast in Wisconsin.
The Americans took a significant 3-1 lead in Friday morning foursomes with afternoon four-ball set to round out the day. Check out our live Ryder Cup results and scores through the final horn to keep up on the event Friday. All times Eastern
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24 September, 2021 - 01:40pm
Facing a do-or-die situation, Jordan Spieth did what Jordan Spieth does.
After Justin Thomas' tee shot on the par-3 17th caromed off a mound and into severe junk left of the green, it was up to Spieth to try and keep the Americans alive in their match against Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia.
Rahm and Garcia were dormie-2 and had 4 feet for par, prior to Spieth hitting.
Balancing himself on the extreme slope, Spieth took a lash and his ball flew sky high. Spieth, meanwhile, nearly ran into Lake Michigan, unable to stop his momentum as he raced down the hill.
Spieth's ball finished 8 feet from the hole. Spieth finished about the same distance from the water.
"I was truly afraid for him to hurt himself," Garcia said of Spieth hitting that shot, and then added: "I didn't think there was a chance he could get it on the green."
Unfortunately for Team USA, Thomas missed his putt and the European team prevailed, 3 and 1.
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