RYDER RE- DO
As we went to press, Eddie Pepperell and the Scot Russell Knox were the only players in the Race to Dubai top-10 who didn’t tee it up at the Ryder Cup near Paris. Which translates to an intriguing lap (or four) of honour around Earth, unless of course, you’re Patrick Reed who will undoubtedly be out to atone for Team USA’s 17½-10½ hammering at Le Golf National in his own inimitable way.
More on Captain America soon but for now, savour the opportunity to watch Molinari (5- 0- 0), Fleetwood (4-1- 0), Rahm (1-2- 0), Thorbjorn Olesen (1-1- 0 - how about that 5&4 thumping of Jordan Spieth), Tyrrell Hatton (1-2- 0), Rory McIlroy (2-30), Alex Noren (2-1- 0), Justin Rose (2-2- 0), Ian Poulter (2-2- 0), Henrik Stenson (3- 0- 0), Paul Casey (1-1-1) and Sergio Garcia (3-1- 0) engaged in some friendly fire on Earth. The only question mark surrounds Stenson who underwent elbow surgery last month, forcing him to miss at least the WGC-HSBC Champions.
PATRICK REED WILL LOOK TO ATONE FOR TEAM USA’S RYDER CUP LOSS