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Europe will be tough to catch in Ryder Cup with 10-6 lead
Europe will be tough to catch in Ryder Cup with 10-6 lead

There wasn't much that Tom Watson could say to his players. So, after a dispiriting afternoon at the Ryder Cup, the U.S. captain planned to hold only a short team meeting. "They are going to be pretty bushed," Watson explained. "I'm going to tell them to get some sleep." When Sunday dawns at Gleneagles, the Americans will face a challenge of historic proportions as they try to become only the third team in more than eight decades to erase a four-point deficit. That will require a nearly perfect effort in singles matches against a heavily favored European squad that has put them in a hole with one clutch shot after another. U.S. player Jimmy Walker...

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