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The Ryder Cup Conspiracy


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Gee John,

That is a very wet Wales.

You should have bet on the weather.

http://www.telegraph...-2010-live.html

I am afraid you would have only got 20-1 on for it raining hard in Wales at this time of year.

http://msn.foxsports...e-to-mud-100110

There is another way of looking at this. Playing on a Monday means a much smaller crowd for the final day. Without the support of a large patriotic crowd, the European team is expected to be less fired-up.

What a truely remarkable finish and great matches, all around.

Congradulations to the UK/ & Three Irishmen and Europe team for winning by a point on the next to last hole of the last match.

That's what the Ryder Cup is supposed to be.

See you in Chicago in two years time.

I'm sure Andy Walker missed the proceedings because it was a school day.

BK

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Wherever I've schooled or worked throughout australia come melbourne cup time cessation of work is a given.

So, was the conspiracy successful or not? Inquiring minds want to know!

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Gee John,

That is a very wet Wales.

You should have bet on the weather.

http://www.telegraph...-2010-live.html

I am afraid you would have only got 20-1 on for it raining hard in Wales at this time of year.

http://msn.foxsports...e-to-mud-100110

There is another way of looking at this. Playing on a Monday means a much smaller crowd for the final day. Without the support of a large patriotic crowd, the European team is expected to be less fired-up.

What a truely remarkable finish and great matches, all around.

Congradulations to the UK/ & Three Irishmen and Europe team for winning by a point on the next to last hole of the last match.

That's what the Ryder Cup is supposed to be.

See you in Chicago in two years time.

I'm sure Andy Walker missed the proceedings because it was a school day.

BK

Going by the performances of the American golfers in the sun yesterday, I think it might well have been the rain that won it.

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Gee John,

That is a very wet Wales.

You should have bet on the weather.

http://www.telegraph...-2010-live.html

I am afraid you would have only got 20-1 on for it raining hard in Wales at this time of year.

http://msn.foxsports...e-to-mud-100110

There is another way of looking at this. Playing on a Monday means a much smaller crowd for the final day. Without the support of a large patriotic crowd, the European team is expected to be less fired-up.

What a truely remarkable finish and great matches, all around.

Congradulations to the UK/ & Three Irishmen and Europe team for winning by a point on the next to last hole of the last match.

That's what the Ryder Cup is supposed to be.

See you in Chicago in two years time.

I'm sure Andy Walker missed the proceedings because it was a school day.

BK

Going by the performances of the American golfers in the sun yesterday, I think it might well have been the rain that won it.

Wardrobe Malfunction: US Ryder Cup golfers soaked. Rain gear leaked.

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5j-XP9P2aYSnzBdZ04dHlTF3ZIG8wD9IJ5H9G0?docId=D9IJ5H9G0

Holding the Cup matches at the Celtic Manor in Wales during the rain season may have been part of the strategy, especially when there was a nearby links course with no drainage problems.

Perhaps it was a conspiracy.

BK

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