Casey ended his
foursomes match by knocking a four-iron shot in the hole on the par-3 14th. It
was only the fifth ace in Ryder Cup history. ( Casey's opponent, Cink, was also
credited with a hole in one when the Euros conceded his tee shot.)
Padraig Harrington, for disappointing the Irish fans by losing twice, with
Stenson and McGinley.
allowed audio of NBC's analysts--who were trashing the U.S. players during
commercials--to feed into the team locker room.
the world No. 2 lost two (with DiMarco and Toms) making one birdie in
Darren Clarke, who chipped in for birdie on 16 to defeat Woods and Furyk in
four-ball then fired up a victory cigar while watching in the afternoon.
for winning and winning and winning. At day's end he was unbeaten in four
Olaz�bal, who equalled Woosnam's career Ryder Cup record of 101/2 points won in