Ryder Cup 2010: Americans Take the Lead
After a six hour rain delay, the first round of the 2010 Ryder Cup is underway in Wales, and the weather seems to be working for the American team.
According to ESPN, the Americans were 1-down before the rain delay, but after five birdies in 11 holes by Stewart Clink, the U.S. team closed the gap.
Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker pulled ahead of Ian Poulter and Ross Fisher after birdies by Stricker on the eighth and Woods on the ninth.
It's too bad that rain is playing such a factor in this year's tournament. The last time there was a rain delay at the Ryder Cup was in 1997 in San Roque, Spain.
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