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Fueled by American fire, Rory McIlroy takes on all comers at Ryder Cup

Your browser does not support iframes. CHASKA, Minn. — It’s a familiar song the American fans were singing after Rory McIlroy missed a birdie putt on the par-5 11th hole at Hazeltine. “Sweet Caroline! Bah! Bah! Bah!” Like a movie villain, McIlroy almost maniacally finished the lyric: “Good times never felt so good!” So good. So good. So good. The lyric has been lobbed at him so many times after he broke up with former fiancee and tennis player Caroline Wozniacki, and McIlroy was having none of it, screaming back near the top of his lungs.
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