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Ryder Cup loss isn't music to USA ears; Captain Tom Watson criticized
Ryder Cup loss isn't music to USA ears; Captain Tom Watson criticized

It was a sound the American players dreaded all weekend. Thunderous roars echoing across the grounds at Gleneagles. Cheers giving way to countless voices in unison, the fans singing "Ole, Ole." Again and again, this raucous leitmotif shattered the tranquillity of the Scottish countryside, serving as a reminder that the U.S. team was headed for another loss to Europe at the Ryder Cup. "They played better than we did," Jim Furyk said. "And they whipped us." Sunday marked the eighth time in the last 10 tries that the Europeans have come away victorious. The final score of 16 1/2 to 11 1/2 ranked among their most lopsided wins ever. "We deserve...

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