Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari


United States Trails Europe 10-6 Entering Final Day Of Ryder Cup

September 29, 2018 - 4:29 pm


The American team needs quite a rally on Sunday if they are going to win a second consecutive Ryder Cup. Europe leads 10-6 heading into a crucial final day of singles action.

The crowd at Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France was raucous as they cheered their side on towards what looks like it could be another victory on home soil.

Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood stole the show on Saturday as they became the first European group to win all four of their matchups. The Italian and the Englishman will both be involved when the Europeans attempt to seal their victory on the final day.

The rest of the singles matches tomorrow are as follows:

Phil Mickelson will be back on the greens for the first time since his loss in a foursome on Friday. If the Americans are to make the comeback they will need Mickelson and another big name to find their form.

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Tiger Woods came into the Ryder Cup on the high that was his victory in the Tour Championship, but thus far he has lost in all three of his appearances this weekend. Woods hasn’t won a matchup at the tournament since a singles victory over Molinari back in 2010.

The United States team hasn’t won a Ryder Cup on European soil since 1993 when they were victorious at The Belfry in Wishaw, England.

Sunday’s action gets underway at 6:05 AM EST with a battle between Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy.