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American Ryder Cup fan behavior proves Willett's point

Your browser does not support iframes. CHASKA, Minn. — Danny Willett’s brother was right. The 2016 Masters champion got to come off the bench for the four-ball session after sitting in the morning session of the Ryder Cup, for reasons that European captain Darren Clarke swears had absolutely nothing to do with P.J. Willett’s pre-matches column in part lambasting American fans over the stereotypical boorish behavior of a minority.
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