US aims to end drought on European soil
Another trip across the Atlantic turned into another failure for the Americans in the Ryder Cup. At least on paper.
What emerged that Sunday night after their 16+-11+ loss to Europe four years ago in Scotland was enough frustration, mainly from Phil Mickelson, to overhaul a broken system. It brought Mickelson and Tiger Woods closer together in the search for a winning formula. It led to players having more input in picking their captain and forming their team. The hope was that it would create more continuity.
And for one Ryder Cup, it seemed to work.
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