Analyzing the Friday four-ball pairings
NEWPORT, Wales -- Conventional wisdom states that Ryder Cup captains should pair opposite-minded players in the competition's four-ball format. The theory is, one guy should be the long-bombing birdie-collector while the other should play the steady-Eddie role, keeping the team in every hole.
U.S. skipper Corey Pavin apparently doesn't believe in this strategy.
For the opening session of this edition of the event, Pavin has chosen to play his full complement of ...
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