Tag Archives: Foursomes

Sep
26
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under Ryder Cup

 

The first tee in your first Ryder Cup can be one of the most pressure packed experiences in a golfer’s career. However, 24-year-old Victor Dubuisson was paired with his brother from another mother, Graeme McDowell, and they took down American stars Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson 3&2 in afternoon foursomes.

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Sep
26
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under Ryder Cup

 

Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose were an unbeatable duo on day one of The Ryder Cup. In the morning fourball, they crushed Watson and Simpson 5&4. In the afternoon foursomes, they were AS through 14, and continued their dominance with a 2&1 victory over Mahan and Johnson.

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Nov
18
2011
By Stephanie Wei under Presidents Cup

My favorite moment(s): Ernie hugging Ryo after Ryo made clutch putts

Entering the third session, the USA led the Internationals 7-5, which might have surprised quite a few people (including myself because of the emphasis on the Australian-loaded team being familiar with Royal Melbourne). Well, it might not have been pretty, but the Americans have shown their grit, dominating in the Saturday morning foursomes and increasing their advantage to 11-6. The Internationals lost all but one match — the young Ryo Ishikawa and the elder Ernie Els finally won their first point, beating Bill Haas and Matt Kuchar.

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Nov
18
2011
By Stephanie Wei under Presidents Cup

Arm-bump!

The Saturday foursomes are underway at Royal Melbourne, with the Americans leading 7-5 over the Internationals entering the third session. Curious if the Internationals will figure out how to play foursomes since the Americans have always dominated them in the alternate shot format. Two guys on each team sit out, so there only five matches instead of six.

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Nov
16
2011
By Stephanie Wei under Presidents Cup

All the captain's men

Anyone else ready for the most-hyped Presidents Cup matches to start? Yeah, that’s what I thought. So am I. We’re almost there — if we can just get through this next hour. Let’s take a quick look at things to watch for, along with predictions…

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