06 October, 2016
In weighing in on the debate, McIlroy has explained that it was only a tiny minority of American fans who misbehaved at Hazeltine and pleaded with European fans not to retaliate when the Ryder Cup returns at Le Golf National in Paris in 2018. Team USA celebrates winning the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club. "I felt like it was an even match between the two of us".
"That's the reason why those guys said, "I will come and help", is because they have experience".
"At times it went a little bit too far", said the Northern Irishman.
He had said the work of the task force - primarily for players and former captains to have more input in an event run by the PGA of America - was not about this year but the next 10 years of the Ryder Cup. There were tears. There was joy.
Moore was two down with three to play against Lee Westwood, who had lost his other two matches this week, but eagled the 16th, birdied the 17th and then made par on the last win to leave Westwood without a point on his 10th Ryder Cup appearance. "I don't know what I would be saying".
"We wouldn't encourage any sort of retaliation", McIlroy told reporters after losing a titanic singles battle against USA talisman Patrick Reed by one hole.
"It was an arena that you just dream about".
However, McIlroy faded over the back nine and was beaten on the 18th as Reed holed the last of several impressive putts. We want that shot.
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The U.S. was the favorite in Minnesota, not least because Europe fielded six rookies.
"They did everything I asked of them".
Although Europe fought back admirably in sessions two and three, they were unable to get in front at any point after suffering a stunning whitewash in Friday's opening foursomes.
Patrick Reed took down Rory McIlroy in the opening match and the Europeans were never really allowed back in it. Mickelson's half point put the US on the verge of the win, and Ryan Moore - picked only the Sunday before under a new system championed by Mickelson to find hot players - delivered the winning point in the next group.
Reed and McIlroy combined for eight birdies and an eagle through eight holes, throwing punch for punch.
Patrick Reed shook his fists with fury for every big putt he made. "I did not want to let me team down by all of a sudden having a blue score up off the first match". "Hopefully I stay the same size so it's easy for them".
Like he did all week, Reed was the emotional leader for the U.S. He fired up the crowds. To do it for my team-mates, for my captains, for everybody who picked me, who wanted me to be on the team, I had all of that on my shoulders and I said, 'all right, I'm going to try and get points somehow today'.
"With the input that Davis Love had, and each vice captain - Tom Lehman, Jim Furyk, Steve Stricker, Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson - all brought integral parts to the success of this foundation, and it's important that we build on that".