Rory McIlroy needed a ride from a police officer to Medinah Country Club on Sunday morning after a mix-up with his tee time got him to the course only 12 minutes before he was to begin play against Keegan Bradley.
For the first time in his career, Tiger Woods will sit out a Ryder Cup session, relegated to the role of cheerleader while the rest of his teammates carry on at Medinah Country Club on Saturday morning.
After Tiger Woods' 2 and 1 foursomes loss Friday morning, World Golf Hall of Famer Lee Trevino said he'd still the world's No. 2 player Saturday morning in the same format, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
The top American veterans own a wealth of experience at the Ryder Cup. Yet for Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk, given their overall records in the event, is that a good thing? ESPN.com's Bob Harig examines that question.