Ryder Cup: 10 Biggest Choke Jobs That Led To U.S. Team's Loss

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Ryder Cup: 10 Biggest Choke Jobs That Led To U.S. Team's Loss
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Despite a great effort, the United States came up just a bit short at the Ryder Cup. Led by great efforts by Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and most importantly Rickie Fowler, the Americans made a late run at keeping the cup they won last year but it just fell a tiny bit short.

However, looking back at the entire event, there were players that plain no-showed for parts of the event, decisions by Corey Pavin that were puzzling at the time and even more glaring now in hindsight. Inside are 10 things that helped down America's run at a repeat at the Ryder Cup.

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