Ryder Cup Final day!! Amazing Scenes!!

Hi Guys,

WOW that’s one word for the final day of the Ryder Cup, we came back from the dead to show the Americans how FANTASTIC we really are!! Well done to the Europeans we have managed to retain the Cup, and the look on the Americans faces was priceless, they definitely didn’t expect that!

The last day didn’t start off that great for some of the European team:

McIlroy’s day had begun in extraordinary fashion, confusion over his tee time meaning he was still at the team hotel with just 25 minutes to go. Thanks to a police escort, he eventually reached the course 10 minutes before he was due to tee off, only Rory!!

His battle with Bradley was a see-saw classic, but he got his nose in front on the 14th and went two up on the 15th before closing out with a long putt on 17.

Ian Poulter pure magic on the Golf Course:

Poulter has been brilliant all week and made it four wins out of four in typically indomitable fashion against Webb Simpson, amazing for the Wildcard!!

Poulter had gone two holes down early and only went in front for the first time on par-three 17th when Simpson finally cracked under the enormous pressure and stuffed his tee-shot into the bunker left.

Simpson then pulled his iron approach to the 18th while Poulter fired his from out in the oak trees to 13 feet. When the American’s desperate long putt sailed way past, Europe had their third point in three.

Thoughts on theVictory:

“Europe have not only retained the Ryder Cup, they’ve won! They’ve won! One of the epic days in Ryder Cup history. Somehow Europe have found a way. That is the comeback to end all come-backs, and in hostile territory. Somewhere Seve Ballesteros, the patron saint of lost causes, is smiling down. His apprentice Ollie has done it. Kaymer’s nerve held.”
The Ryder Cup returns from 26 to 28 September 2014 at Gleneagles.
Watch the emotional speech  of Jose Maria Olazabal – http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/golf/19780608

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