Funny thing, this match play
SUTTON COLDFIELD, England -- Tiger Woods' winning percentage in the Ryder Cup is lower than that of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the American League East.
David Duval lost more matches than he won in his first Ryder Cup three years ago, when he was one of the top three players in the world. Paul Azinger isn't break-even in his 13 career matches. Jim Furyk's under .500. So is Davis Love III.
Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson -- whose decision-making has been questioned in stroke-play ...
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