The Ryder Cup has arrived and, with US captain Jim Furyk and European captain Thomas Bjorn making their selections for the first four-ball match on Friday, we now have some incredibly convincing matches for the first day of action. at the National Golf. in Paris . The clashes were announced during a long opening ceremony, which included musical acts, a series of speeches and Tiger Woods received a monstrous ovation from the crowd.
Furyk chose a pair of big bombers to go to the front with the new duo Woods and Patrick Reed anchoring in the back end. Europe begins with world number two Justin Rose with Jon Rahm. Let him hang early, Europe!
Here is an overview of the first four games scheduled for Friday’s action chart.
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Match 1 (2:10): Tony Finau and Brooks Koepka vs. Justin Rose and Jon Rahm
Match 2 (2:25): Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson vs. Rory McIlroy and Thorbjorn Olesen
Match 3 (2:40 am): Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas vs. Paul Casey and Tyrrell Hatton
Match 4 (2:55): Tiger Woods and Patrick Reed against Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood.
All these matches convince me, but the first and the last are probably more convincing. Finau and Koepka could be the best in the world together, but they will face the most complete team in Europe of the first four. It could end up being the game of the day.
Woods and Reed will also swing together, but Molinari and Fleetwood will flush the disgusting iron after the disgusting iron. It’s going to be a show. The whole week is going to be a show, of course, with a privileged side of the United States. UU In search of his first win in Europe since 1993 and Europe trying to recover a Ryder Cup, he lost in 2016. More details on the calendar for the whole week ahead.