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39th Ryder Cup - Whose the STAR?
Justin Rose
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Martin Kaymer
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Rory Mcilroy
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Ian Poulter
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Keegan Bradley
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Phil Mickelson
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Zach Johnson
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39th Ryder Cup - Whose the STAR?
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Who do you think the Star for this Ryder Cup 2012
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Who do you think the Star for this Ryder Cup 2012


Bradley..although I find his pre-shot routine darn annoying.
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Magic wrote:
Who do you think the Star for this Ryder Cup 2012


Bradley..although I find his pre-shot routine darn annoying.


yes, pretty annoying
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His stare when he reads his putting line is damn intense... his ball also scared, cepat-cepat siam into the hole

Keegan was impressive in Day 1 & 2, but i think the overall star is Poults...
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'Pretty Boy' Poulter.

Carried day 1 well. no shakes nor jitters.
Propped up the team till the end of day 2 with that 17th midas touch.
on Day 3, parted the Red sea.

Micks and Furyk also equally impressive. Alas they r in the losing side.

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Poulter for me... He rally the team and 2nd day secure that precious point to keep them in contention. If not mistaken his stats in match play pretty impressive. He is the man for this type of format.

He's lively man... Really pumped up when he sneaked the winning putt. With his eyes almost popping out hehehe Shocked
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ian poulter FTW.

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i think its tiger Woods cause if managed to win any of his matches, Europe could have lost.

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Ian Poulter

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Jason Dufner should be added into the list. He played very well.

Phil should be removed; he was just a cheerleader

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For me it will be Justin Rose, he successfully navigate his shots perfectly for the first 2 days for Ian Poulter to claim credit. Ian's shot was all over the place....luckily for Justin to be around!

Not to forget the amazing comeback against Phil, birdie-birdie on 17th and 18th!
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For me it will be Justin Rose, he successfully navigate his shots perfectly for the first 2 days for Ian Poulter to claim credit. Ian's shot was all over the place....luckily for Justin to be around!

Not to forget the amazing comeback against Phil, birdie-birdie on 17th and 18th!


+1

that 17th hole putt really make me cum... Laughing
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Strike wrote:
For me it will be Justin Rose, he successfully navigate his shots perfectly for the first 2 days for Ian Poulter to claim credit. Ian's shot was all over the place....luckily for Justin to be around!

Not to forget the amazing comeback against Phil, birdie-birdie on 17th and 18th!


+1

that 17th hole putt really make me cum... Laughing


His expression at 17th after holed the Birdie was like showing the US team: like it or not, I holed it.
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For me definitely Ian Poulter because not only did he come back from behind several times in his own game to finally beat Simpson, he also was instrumental in igniting the European team's spirit to fight back against all odds.

On a lighter side, I can finally claim that I can putt like Tiger... Laughing
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farsight,

You just have to rub this one in, don't you? Laughing



P.s. - Good to see you around.

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