Birdies abound on final day of Ryder Cup

CHASKA, Minn. -- The golfers on both sides have brought their A games to the final day of the Ryder Cup.

The Americans and Europeans are raining birdies all over Hazeltine, a remarkable level of golf being played under perfect weather conditions.

There were 46 birdies and one eagle through the first 118 holes played on Sunday. That's a birdie rate of 39 percent. Among the highlights is a run of four straight birdies from American Phil Mickelson.

With all 12 matches now in play, the Europeans lead in six and the Americans are up in two, with four all square.


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