US, Europe tied 2-2 after 1st session at Ryder Cup
MEDINAH – Keegan Bradley made the Americans look good.
Even Tiger Woods.
Bradley put on an impressive show in his Ryder Cup debut Friday, helping the U.S. salvage a 2-2 tie with Europe in the foursome matches. He made four big birdie putts, including a 15-footer to clinch his and Phil Mickelson's 4-and-3 upset of Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald. It was the Europeans' first loss in alternate-shot play; they had been 4-0 together, and Garcia had a career record of 8-0-1.
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