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  1. Ludvig Åberg debuted at the Ryder Cup for Team Europe less than four months into his professional career. But the pressure's not getting to him.
  2. Jon Rahm said he has no issues with Brooks Koepka after the American accused him of acting like a child on Friday at the Ryder Cup, but Rahm did admit to taking out his frustration by hitting one of the boards leading up to the 18th tee.
  3. Brooks Koepka and Scottie Scheffler will miss the Saturday afternoon four-balls at the Ryder Cup after being benched by U.S. captain Zach Johnson.
  4. Viktor Hovland and Ludvig Aberg dominated Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka 9 and 7 in a record-breaking foursomes session, and Team Europe is five points away from winning the 44th Ryder Cup this weekend near Rome.
  5. Hae Ran Ryu shot a 64 and leads after Day 1 at the LPGA Tour's Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
  6. U.S. captain Zach Johnson said an illness has spread through his team, but did not want to sue that as an excuse for the team's slow Ryder Cup start.
  7. Brooks Koepka took a veiled shot at Jon Rahm in a post-round TV interview after Rahm's 18th-hole putt hit the back of the cup and dropped.
  8. Spain's Jon Rahm propelled Europe to a 6½-1½ lead over the United States at the Ryder Cup on Friday, matching its largest advantage after the first day since 2004.
  9. It wasn't the start the Americans had hoped for in their quest to break their 30-year winless streak on European soil as Jon Rahm & Co. dominated Day 1. Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's matches at the 2023 Ryder Cup.
  10. American and European golfers are at Rome's Marco Simone Golf & Country Club for the 2023 Ryder Cup. Here are the tournament's must-see moments.