WEST DES MOINES, Iowa - Back in 2008, Paul Azinger led the weakest U.S. Ryder Cup team in recent history into battle. His back against the wall, and with the U.S. team without a victory since 1999, he drew inspiration from he Navy SEALS. That idea led to what Azinger later called the "Pod System," and the concept is pretty simple: Professional golfers aren't used to having partners, or being on a team, but as Azinger saw it, the European Team boasted an inherent advantage in making that transition because the team featured players from a variety of different countries. That may not sound like an advantage, but in a roundabout way, it kind of is. To make things simple, let's say pretend a European
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From Country LivingMonday marked the first total solar eclipse viewable in the United States since 1918. Moving from coast to coast, the eclipse began moving Monday morning at about 10 a.m. local time in Oregon and