This episode is dedicated to all things post-2018 Ryder Cup. We dig into why the Americans lost, ranging from analyzing their play and pairings, to digging into the interpersonal conflicts, captain’s decisions and unfortunate circumstances which partially led to the Americans continuing a losing skid in Europe since their last win there in 1993.
Ryan gets into what Jim Furyk could have done differently (not much) given the hand he was dealt, where this Ryder Cup leaves the Ryder Cup Committee and its leaders, as well figures the lineage of future American captains.
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