The 5 Best Parts of the 2018 Ryder Cup
Alex Myers discusses an eventful Ryder Cup, which included team spats and legendary performances from golfers and fans.
Released on 10/2/2018
So another Ryder Cup is in the books,
and this one was so juicy, it might eventually require
one of those three-part reality TV reunion shows
hosted by Andy Cohen on Bravo.
My wife watches them, not me.
Anyway, here's a look back at the five best parts
of the 2018 Ryder Cup in Paris.
Number one, Moliwood.
Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood
were so good during Europe's victory,
they earned a celebrity couple nickname.
And then, they put forth another award-winning performance
with that video of them in bed together
with the Ryder Cup.
Fleetwood's wife jokingly asked on Twitter
if she should be worried.
Eh, maybe a little.
Speaking of celebrity couples, number two.
Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky.
Leave it to the city of love
to bring these two lovebirds back together.
They look like they had a great time in Paris.
Especially DJ, who resumed his duties
as full-time Instagram photographer.
Seriously, how does he find the time
to be the world's number one golfer?
Anyway, forget about all those pre-Ryder Cup rumors
about these two because, well,
now there are post-Ryder Cup rumors about these two.
Which leads us to number three.
Team USA drama.
Following the loss, Patrick Reed threw Jordan Spieth,
captain Jim Furyk, even Tiger Woods
completely under the bus.
Apparently, the artist formerly known as Captain America,
and his wife, weren't happy with him
not playing with Spieth.
Or about him being benched.
Despite him going through two sleeves of golf balls
on his way to shooting something in the mid-80s
during his second match.
Pretty bold, Patrick.
Number four, Sergio Garcia.
Considered the most questionable captains pick coming in,
the Spaniard went three and one
to become the Ryder Cup's all-time leading pointer.
After breaking the record of Nick Faldo,
a man who once called him useless
after captaining him at the 2008 Ryder Cup,
Garcia said this.
I have passed some of my heroes today.
And Nick Faldo.
Hopefully Team USA is taking notes, though.
If you're going to throw daggers around,
do it at people who are no longer involved with your team.
And finally, number five.
Check out this fan who caught the attention of NBC's cameras
for watching the action with a full bottle of wine.
He instantly joined the pantheon of greatest Ryder Cup fans
that include cigar guy in 2010,
and putt guy in 2016.
Wine guy is also not to be confused with whining guy.
That's Patrick Reed.