- ROME — The passion of the Ryder Cup spilled over late Saturday afternoon at Marco Simone into outright fury, ignited by the actions of American caddie Joe LaCava and ending—at least for now—with an irate Rory McIlroy pointing and screaming at some members of the U.S. contingent before being physically constrained and pushed into a courtesy car by fellow Irishman Shane Lowry.
- This sleepy 44th Ryder Cup now is about as lit as any in history, and although Europe has a commanding 10½-5 ½ lead, there’s no telling what fireworks await for the final session of 12 Sunday singles matches.
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