Your browser does not support iframes. The United States has lost eight of the last 10 Ryder Cups. So it was understandable that Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed weren’t conceding anything in Friday morning’s foursomes, including a 22-inch putt on the ninth. That forced Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose to putt out to win the hole, which they did. But the message was sent: It’s on.
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed set the pace for U.S. in beating Stenson and Rose.
WITH JORDAN SPIETH AND PATRICK REED leading the way in the first match, the U.S. Ryder Cup team swept the morning foursomes session for the first time since 1975. That was when none other than Arnold Palmer was captain of the U.S. s...
A fired-up Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed set the tone as the United States took early control at the Ryder Cup on Friday with a stunning 4-0 sweep of the opening foursomes matches against holders Europe.