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Ryder Cup 2016: Schedule, pairings announced for Sunday singles matches

Rarely does the blind draw fall so well for Sunday singles at the Ryder Cup, but the final session in 2016 will begin with an incredible face-off between Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy. The USA will take a three-point lead to the final day of the Ryder Cup, but as every American fan is well aware, that's not exactly a safe margin. It's a big lead for these matches, but the margin was four the last time this thing was on American soil, and we all know how that Medinah meltdown turned out in Chicago.
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