On the shores of Lake Hazeltine, Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed came to encapsulate what we can only hope is the future of the Ryder Cup.
The next generation: not just embracing the inspirational best of team sport, but revelling in it, glorying through it, taking the Ryder Cup to heights unimagined since Seve Ballesteros arrived to rescue an outdated, exhausted contest.
It's one point of course and all points count the same, but it might mean a little more mentally for us.' McIlroy - who blasted several drives more than 330 yards Saturday - has a significant advantage off the tee which means Reed can apply pressure by hitting his approach shot first.
The National Anthem is belted out at the first tee with over half an hour to go before Day 3 of the #RyderCup gets underway!
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