Who doesn’t love a little friendly wager?
The Ryder Cup doesn’t tee off until Friday, but during a practice round Thursday at Hazeltine in Minnesota, an American fan heckled European players for not being able to make a putt.
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Sweden’s Henrik Stenson responded by inviting the man out to try and make the putt himself, and Justin Rose upped the ante by putting $100 down on the green.
What happened next is straight out of Happy Gilmore:
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