The Ryder Cup is scheduled to start this Friday. The weekend will be full of thrilling events. The competition will be held at the stunning Marco Simone golf club in Rome, where the American and European teams will compete for their countries’ pride. As the event draws near, there is much anticipation surrounding the potential pairings for the Ryder Cup.
The dominant pair on the American team has competed in five matches and emerged victorious in all of them. This duo consists of Xander Schauffele and his close comrade, with whom he formed a bond during a coincidental meeting on a lengthy flight where they played cards together.
Xander Schauffele and his sibling make a formidable duo at the Ryder Cup.
Xander Schauffele was recently interviewed on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio, where he was posed with a variety of intriguing inquiries. Yet, one particular question caught his attention – his ideal pairing.
The show’s host cleverly asked, “If you had to choose one person in the world for a two-man fourball money game, who would you pick and why would it be Patrick Cantlay?” This caused the room to burst into laughter.
Schauffele concurred that he would choose World No. 5, Patrick Cantlay, as his top partner. He praised Cantlay as being truly exceptional and noted their incredible chemistry together. He also mentioned that he has the strongest bond with Cantlay among all amateur and professional golfers.
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The golfer who has won the PGA Tour seven times stated that they are a great match. They have been close friends and have played numerous rounds of golf together, making them a perfect pairing. A clear demonstration of their successful partnership is their record of five wins in five foursome matches at the Presidents and Ryder Cups.
of Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods was not very impressive.
In previous Ryder Cup events, the partnership of Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods did not have a strong record.
The players boast an impressive Ryder Cup track record. Both have only made their Ryder Cup debut recently in the last edition. Patrick Cantlay notably held a 2021 Ryder Cup record of 3-0-1.
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Cantlay, who has won eight times on the PGA Tour, is now living up to the promise he showed as the number one amateur golfer ten years ago. Schauffele, on the other hand, will be making his second appearance at the Ryder Cup after an impressive 3-1-0 record in his debut at Whistling Straits as a member of the victorious U.S. team.
We will have to wait and see how the duo performs at the Ryder Cup, as they compete for their country’s pride. Do you believe they are the strongest duo in the competition? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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