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  1. The Ryder Cup is a different animal, which means you don't just look at the Official World Golf Rankings to put them in order -- which is why you'll find some lower (Rory McIlroy) and some higher (Jordan Spieth) than you might expect.
  2. The Europeans did their best to get the pro-United States crowd on their side with some green, yellow, white and, of course, cheese at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
  3. Nearly every player who has made the Ryder Cup will insist that first tee shot is just different. But what do they mean? In their words, they tell you.
  4. U.S. Ryder Cup team member Collin Morikawa said he's ditched the bad habits that "crept in" after he kept playing with a tweaked muscle in his lower back following the Olympics. "I'm 100% healthy," he said.
  5. Ian Poulter, who has a 14-6-2 career record entering his seventh Ryder Cup appearance, of which five were European wins, said it would mean "a little bit more" to beat the U.S. team at Whistling Straits as an underdog.
  6. There is a contingency plan in place at the Ryder Cup in the event a player tests positive for the coronavirus and is unable to play in singles on Sunday: the "COVID Envelope."
  7. In an effort to make sure his players "make it count" at the Ryder Cup this week, Team Europe captain Padraig Harrington assigned each player an historical number, stitched onto their bags, commemorating the rare accomplishment of making the team.
  8. Despite a monthslong feud, Bryson DeChambeau said Tuesday that everything was "fine" between him and Brooks Koepka at the Ryder Cup this week.
  9. Tiger Woods is jumping into the digital collectible craze. The golfer is offering thousands of NFTs through a company co-founded by Bucs quarterback Tom Brady in collaboration with Upper Deck.
  10. U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker spoke with Brooks Koepka about his recent Golf Digest interview that made waves and said the four-time major champion assured him he is healthy and "100 percent all-in on this team."

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