Plain and simple, Strange messed up
SUTTON COLDFIELD, England -- Sometime in the next few days, perhaps when he's at home in Virginia or playing in this week's Michelob Championship, it will sink in for Curtis Strange.
In the aftermath of his team's 15½-12½ defeat to the Europeans on Sunday at the Ryder Cup, the U.S. captain seemed to be in denial.
He kept contending that there was nothing wrong with his Sunday strategy (putting his biggest stars at the back of the U.S. lineup). He kept insisting that if ...
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