Let the cross-country competition continue! Europe and the U.S. are having quite the face-off in the 2016 Ryder Cup, and there’s plenty more action where that came from. Catch all the Day 2 action with a free live stream right here!
The Americans were playing with a vengeance on Day 1 of the Ryder Cup, as they have lost the last three consecutive Ryder Cups to the Europeans (including a heartbreaking loss on home turf in 2012). However, this time, things started off with a bang as Day 1 saw the Americans take a commanding 4-0 lead in the morning session. Will their good fortune continue into the second day?
The second day of competition begins at 7:30 a.m. ET on Oct. 1, so make sure you don’t miss any of the action! NBC and The Golf Channel has their official coverage — CLICK HERE TO WATCH DAY 2 OF THE RYDER CUP In addition to NBC/The Golf Channel, fans can sign up for the FREE live stream courtesy of the Ryder Cup’s player. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP TO WATCH THE RYDER CUP FOR FREE.
With Day 1 behind them, for Day 2, certainly Team USA surely isn’t going to let Team Europe get under their skin and will bring their A-game as the team matches continue. Just like Day 1, 4 foursomes and 4 four-ball will be played, with some of the same players competing on Day 2 who competed on Day 1.
As a reminder, the foursomes matches involve four players competing in teams of two, with the two-golfer teams using the same ball and alternating shots until each hole is finished. Four-ball, on the other hand, involves two-player teams as well but each golfer plays his own ball through every hole. Don’t worry, it sounds a lot more complicated than it is once you tune in!
Jordan Spieth, 23, who was part of the 2014 USA team in Scotland, is one of the players helping Team USA try to pull out a victory. While he may have only experienced one of the three consecutive Ryder Cup losses, but he’s just as determined as any of his teammates (which include Phil Mickelson, 46, Zach Johnson, 40, and Rickie Fowler, 27) to win this year.
“We’re just tired of being told we haven’t won one in a while,” he said, according to Daily Mail. With some Ryder Cup veterans playing on the team and the likes of Tiger Woods, 40, Bubba Watson, 37, and Steve Stricker, 49, acting as vice-captains, we sure hope they won’t have to be told that anymore — and we’ll be tuning in to see what happens!
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