After a second bout of rain swept through the Celtic Manor Golf Course of the 38th Annual Ryder Cup, the European Team has played unflappable and unstoppable golf. Though the US Team began the day with the lead, the Euro's shined in the six fourball matches and ultimately took the lead, 9 and a half to 6 and a half.
The rain may have subsided, but clearly a dark, ominous cloud hangs over the Americans, who appear to have forgotten how to compete with the best in the world. If they don't regain their memory soon, it may cost them the Ryder Cup and continue the abominable streak of losing on foreign soil since 1993.
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