US has commanding 11-5 Ryder Cup lead
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) The final team session that left the Americans on the cusp of winning back the Ryder Cup ended in a tie that was open to interpretation.
Scottie Scheffler made the biggest putt of his young career, helping the Americans flip a fourballs match late Saturday afternoon and giving them an 11-5 lead.
Not only is it their largest lead in the modern era dating to 1979, no team has ever won the Ryder Cup when trailing by more than four points going into the final session of singles.
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