5 Ryder Cup Golfers Whose Games Fit Much Better in Match Play Than Stroke Play

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5 Ryder Cup Golfers Whose Games Fit Much Better in Match Play Than Stroke Play
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Davis Love III (right) and Jose Maria Olazabal will try to find great Ryder Cup players

With its match play format of winning holes and not posting scores, the Ryder Cup is a very different animal for the 24 best professionals in the United States and Europe.

And while it comes down to great players hitting great shots in critical moments, there are definitely some players who are better in the Ryder Cup format than others.

Whether it’s because of their length, their experience or their putting, here are five guys who should do well this week at Medinah Country Club.

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