Luke Donald offers thoughts on U.S. Presidents Cup success
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Luke Donald offers thoughts on U.S. Presidents Cup success


Looking back on the Presidents Cup, the U.S. won four of the five sessions played over four days at Muirfield Village G.C.

The only session they lost? Singles Sunday, a day that typically belongs to the Americans.

The U.S. lost the session 7.5-4.5. The last time the U.S. won a Sunday singles session by that margin was in the 2008 Ryder Cup. Since then, they won the 12-match card by a 7-5 count in 2009 and '10, not winning since. Why?

European Ryder Cup stalwart Luke Donald offered his thoughts as to why on Tuesday night on Twitter.

It's even better to imagine Donald saying what he tweeted as he raps in the GIF.


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