Michael Jordan is at the Ryder Cup and he’s fired up after a Dustin Johnson birdie putt

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HAVEN, Wis. — Michael Jordan knows golf.

The retired NBA legend is known for his insatiable competitiveness on the links, and sometimes he played 36 holes before he took the court for big games. He’s also been known to make a wager or two on the course.

The golf-loving side of the global icon showed up on Friday when he made an appearance at Whistling Straits for the Ryder Cup.

Jordan—inside the ropes, of course, not among the throngs of fans—was caught by TV cameras getting pumped up after Dustin Johnson knocked in a birdie on No. 11.

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Maybe the next challenge for Jordan, who was hanging out with good friend Ahmad Rashad, is taking on the captaincy for the United States after Steve Stricker.

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