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    Quote Originally Posted by mangyoldbison View Post
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    Unfortunately Europe wins it 14.5-13.5
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    Team USA was weak mentally. No killer instinct. Captainís picks failed miserably .


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    I agree. Lots of missed putts in pressure situations. In the end though, the best of these 2 teams would get stomped by South Korea.

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    Congratulations to Fargo’s Tom Hoge for his 2nd place finish in West Virginia today - and $817,500 payday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dufferole View Post
    I agree. Lots of missed putts in pressure situations. In the end though, the best of these 2 teams would get stomped by South Korea.
    Indeed dufferole. South Korea would probably stomp a team composed of the all stars from the USA AND EUROPE AND from every nook on the planet other than South Korea all put together. UNLESS of course said all star team was also allowed to field Carson Wentz, Grant Olson, SlickVic, and DITKA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernBison View Post
    Team USA was weak mentally. No killer instinct. Captain’s picks failed miserably .


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    Well stated NorthernBison. Succinct yet both thorough and revelatory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlickVic View Post
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    Hear hear SlickVic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dufferole View Post
    I agree. Lots of missed putts in pressure situations. In the end though, the best of these 2 teams would get stomped by South Korea.
    Well, they’ve played in three additions of the International Crown and won once. The other winners, USA and Spain, so there’s that. But, yes, few would dispute that South Korea is the top women’s golfing nation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernBison View Post
    Team USA was weak mentally. No killer instinct. Captain’s picks failed miserably .


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    There were 4 other players who made the team on merit that contributed either less outright in, the case of Pressel, or the same number of team points.

    When, I saw the singles line up, my first thought was, “Inkster has put it all on herself with those two going out in the last two games.”

    That was a tremendous afternoon of golf. Only 3 matches didn’t go to at least the 17th hole and it was basically 14 up give or take a point the whole back 9.
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