The US Ryder Cup team had a lot to celebrate at Whistling Straits on Saturday, highlighted by Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger smashing beers.
As Thomas and Berger left the field, fans urged the pair to “have a beer.” It didn’t look like they were going to take up the challenge until someone threw both golfers’ beers onto the course.
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The two then walked towards the fans and fired at the Brewskis.
The United States headed into the second half of the second day of the competition with a 9-3 lead over Europe and only needed 4.5 more points to close out their first Ryder Cup win since 2016.
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“It’s obviously very important,” said Dustin Johnson, via ESPN. “Even though we had a good advantage after yesterday, we played very well, there are still eight points today. You have to go out and start well. We are just trying to win every session and keep that advantage.”
Thomas and teammate Jordan Spieth finished two ahead of Viktor Hovland and Bernd Wiesberger in the morning quartet. The United States won seven of the 18 holes of their confrontation. Berger and Brooks Koepka were the only players to lose in the morning, dropping their match 3 and 1 to Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm.
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Berger and Thomas were done for the day.