Golfers Who Will Fare the Best After the Ryder Cup Collapse

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Golfers Who Will Fare the Best After the Ryder Cup Collapse
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Both Zach Johnson and Jim Furyk are getting back to the PGA Tour this weekend with the McGladrey Classic. It’s the first time either has played after that devastating Ryder Cup collapse in Medinah. It’s hard to get over just how big of a disappointment Sunday’s singles matches turned into for the team from the United States. It was a record comeback for Europe, who notched 14 points on that final day to keep the trophy.

Tiger Woods was actually very candid about how the loss felt (h/t SB Nation):

You really have a really strong sense of camaraderie and just an amazing spirit and energy that happens in these team events. When something doesn't happen right, doesn't happen positively, it is tough, and it's tough losing those events because we put everything we possibly have into it, and it's either win or lose, and we didn't get it done this time.

It’s been enough time since the Ryder Cup to realistically postulate what happens next for some of Woods’s teammates and, particularly, who can bounce back the easiest. 

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