Tiger Woods to anchor singles
MEDINAH, Ill. -- The Americans wrote the book on the biggest comeback in Ryder Cup history. Even so, European captain Jose Maria Olazabal won't have to consult it. He was there.
Just like the U.S. team at the "Battle of Brookline" in 1999, the Europeans are staring at a 10-6 deficit. But because they hold the cup, they need only eight points to retain it, instead of the 8½ the Americans carved out of the dozen singles matches on the final day.
Like U.S. captain Ben Crenshaw then, ...
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2012 RYDER CUP
A multitude of things needed to fall perfectly into place for Europe to match the greatest Ryder Cup comeback in history. With a little American help, that's exactly what transpired. Gene Wojciechowski
2012 champion: Europe, 14½-13½
Course: Medinah Country Club
Where: Medinah, Ill.
Rosters: U.S. | Europe
Topics: The Ryder Cup