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Sitting Rookies Could Bite Watson View More
After a dominant debut in the morning matches, Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed were not chosen to participate in the afternoon session. (Lee Smith, Action Images)

Sitting Rookies Could Bite Watson

Did Tom Watson make a mistake in not sending Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed back out in the afternoon foursomes session after the rookies’ dominating four-ball victory against Ian Poulter and Stephen Gallacher? Spieth said he was “100 percent certain” he and Reed would play in the afternoon session after…

Watson Goes Bold With Rookie Pairing View More
Rookie pair Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth will dive into the deep end at Gleneagles with a match on Friday morning. (Andrew Boyers, Action Images)

Watson Goes Bold With Rookie Pairing

Tom Watson didn’t take the conservative route, at least not with his four-ball pairings for the first session of the Ryder Cup on Friday. The Bubba Watson-Webb Simpson, Phil Mickelson-Keegan Bradley and Rickie Fowler-Jimmy Walker pairings were as obvious as the Ryder Cup logo that’s been slapped on everything around…

Table Set For Morning Matches

Those last two morning matches should be something to watch. Closing out the opening ceremonies, the captains announced the lineups for Friday morning’s Four-balls. The first two seem interesting enough: Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson will take on Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson, followed by Rickie Fowler and Jimmy Walker…

Tom Watson's Monday Ryder Cup Update

Phil Mickelson is in on points, Tiger Woods, bad back and all, is still in the Ryder Cup conversation and captain Tom Watson is breathing a little easier now that nine members of his U.S. squad have been determined in advance of next month’s matches against Europe at Gleneagles in…

Ryder Cup Update: Kaymer Grabs A Spot

Is it too early to talk Ryder Cup? Of course not. It’s never too early. The biggest Ryder Cup news to come out of the weekend is Martin Kaymer’s move into the ninth automatic qualifying spot for Europe with his win at the Players Championship on Sunday. Kaymer, you might…

Kaymer and Spieth: Two Who Are Trending Upward

Today’s Monday Post will be a short one: Don’t bang on Jordan Spieth. At the tender age of 20, he has played his way into the final group on the last day of this year’s Masters and this year’s Players, two events where experience is at a premium and two…