The Americans put on a dominating performance on the second day of the Ryder Cup and take a 10-6 lead into Sunday singles at Medinah.
A revitalized Phil Mickelson is 3-0 this year, playing all three of his matches with the energetic Keegan Bradley. After a tough summer, Mickelson is looking to finish the season on a high note, as is Tiger Woods, who is 0-3 this year despite a strong performance on Saturday.
Mickelson and Woods are the topic of my latest Sun Media column, which you can read here.
Staying Put On Top
Brad Fritsch of Manotick, Ont., remains in a tie for first at the WebDotCom Tour’s Chiquita Classic in Weddington, N.C.
Fritsch battled a couple of early bogeys, but finished the day with nine birdies and a 65 to go with his 67-64 start in his first two rounds.
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