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American Execptionalism

At Last, An American Sports Team To Be Proud Of

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Ask any American golfer who has ever had the honor to play in a Ryder Cup, ‘What’s the most pressure you’ve ever felt on a golf course?’ and the answer is likely to involve a Ryder Cup performance. The reason why players feel so much pressure is because the view the prospect of failure as not only failing themselves and their teammates, but their country as well. They care about how succeeding at the Ryder Cup, perhaps more so than at any other competition.