Ryder Cup: USA lead Europe 11-5 ahead of final day’s singles – live!

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For the fourth session in a row, Europe is in desperate need of a quick start. Fourth chance, then? Well, if they are to keep or win the 43rd Ryder Cup Matches, they will have to do something that has never been done before in the history of this great and old transatlantic competition: recoup a five point deficit before the simple.
If they succeed, they will overthrow Miracle of Medinah in 2012 and Battle of Brookline in 1999 in a cocked cap. Hey, you never know, although they might be better off setting a more realistic goal of getting into double-digit numbers, which would at least ensure them to beat the worst total in Europe (9½ at Walton Heath in 1981) and improve on the performance of the 2004 vintage corked Hal Sutton, who also lost 11-5 in singles and managed just 4½ more points en route to the biggest loss ever for the United States. Modest ambitions, but you saw how the first two days went against this crazy talented American team.

Yet the Ryder Cup is the Ryder Cup, isn’t that the truth. And her story shows that nothing is over until it is over. If Europe somehow achieves the impossible, their fans will be able to thank me for tempting fate afterwards. Rout, procession or breathtaking return, let’s enjoy golf. It’s on! Here are the departure times (all BST):

5:04 p.m .: Rory McIlroy vs. Xander Sc Chaudele
17h15 : Shane Lowry contre Patrick Cantlay
5:26 p.m .: Jon Rahm vs. Scottie Scheffler
5:37 p.m .: Sergio Garcia vs. Bryson DeChambeau
5:48 p.m .: Viktor Hovland in Collin Morikawa
5:59 p.m .: Paul Casey vs. Dustin Johnson
18h10: Bernd Wiesberger against Brooks Koepka
6:21 p.m .: Ian Poulter vs. Tony Finau
18h32 : Tyrell Hatton contre Justin Thomas
18h43 : Lee Westwood contre Harris English
18h54 : Tommy Fleetwood contre Jordan Spieth
7:05 p.m .: Matt Fitzpatrick vs. Daniel Berger


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