Ryder Cup fans show their pride: Team USA, Europe supporters dressed up for golf at Whistling Straits
USA TODAY Sports
·1 min read
Fans arrived in the wee hours of the morning Friday to race to the first tee for the first day of Ryder Cup matches at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wisconsin. The gates officially opened at 5 a.m. but some fans lined up as early as 3:30 to be first in line.
Fans chanted and cheered as action got under way at 7:05 a.m. with Americans Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth taking on Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm in the opening match. Garcia and Rahm went on to win, 3 and 1.
Here's a look at some of the best-dressed fans on Day 1:
Fans had some fun early in the week for practice rounds and the opening ceremony:
The Ravens were awarded tackle Brandon Knight on a waiver claim on Monday, but he won’t be joining the team this week. The team announced on Wednesday that Knight has refused to report to the team. Head coach John Harbaugh said at a Wednesday press conference that Knight did not report for personal reasons. They [more]
The Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins could be nearing an agreement that sends three-time Pro Bowl quarterback Deshaun Watson to South Beach. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle (subscription), the Texans and the Dolphins are working ...
The Texans have kept Deshaun Watson on their roster all season, but they have made him inactive for every game. Watson soon may have a new home and a chance to revive his career. The Texans could have a deal with the Dolphins completed this week, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. The trade [more]