Tiger Woods and Five Golfers Who Need To Step Up For an American Ryder Cup Win

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Tiger Woods and Five Golfers Who Need To Step Up For an American Ryder Cup Win
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The United States has found itself in a hole heading into the final day of Ryder Cup action after dropping five of the six matches on Sunday and halving another.

The Americans now trail 9.5 to 6.5 on the scoreboard with all 12 singles matches remaining.

Tiger Woods played well  enough to win his first two matches with Steve Stricker, thanks in large part to Stricker, but the two were dominated in their final foursome match.

Tiger is scheduled to take on Francesco Molinari in his singles match, a contest that would ordinarily favor the Americans but Woods has yet to regain the play that everyone is accustomed to.

The United States has rallied from a bigger deficit before but they will need to catch some breaks if they are going to retain the cup on European soil.

Here are five Americans besides Woods who need to play well tomorrow if the United States is going to have a shot.

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