Social media has revealed glimpses into Team Europe’s post-Ryder Cup celebrations, which seemed nothing short of a good time.
Europe dominated a stronger American team (on paper, at least) to claim the cup, which itself seemed to be a prominent feature in the celebrations last Sunday in Paris.
Tyrell Hatton, a rookie who earned his first point in the foursomes, gave some insight into where his night ended up…
“Sunday night was messy,” he told Golf Channel.
“I got back into my room at four in the morning. And always a sign of a good night is when you fall asleep next to the toilet.”
— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) October 4, 2018
After watching a few clips of the action, we can see why…
Nicky Grimshaw was DJ at the Ryder Cup party and his Instagram story is brilliant! pic.twitter.com/ntthJXUHjV
— GolfCentralDaily | Doc (@golfcentraldoc) October 2, 2018
🏆 🍺 Absolute scenes at the Ryder Cup after party…
McIlroy was getting on it
— The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) October 1, 2018
— ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) October 2, 2018
We sincerely hope Justin Rose is alright.
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Poom Saksansin broke his personal best with a nine-under-par 63 to take the second-round clubhouse lead at the Indonesian Masters.
The USGA and R&A are preparing to introduce a whole host of new rules aimed at making the game faster, fairer and simpler in 2019.
Some people loved ‘The Match’ between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, others hated it, and you can put Greg Norman firmly in the second camp.
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