Ryder Cup 2018: Ian Poulter and Patrick reed discuss villain roles


SAINT-QUENTIN-en-YVELINES, France — We’re always drawn as much to the villains as we are to the heroes.

In the case of this week’s Ryder Cup at Le Golf National, there’s no argument about who the villains are on each team: Ian Poulter for Europe and Patrick Reed for the US.

Both embrace the role, which, of course, is the first and most important ingredient to being a villain.

Woods' special Ryder return

Woods’ special Ryder return


When a reporter told Poulter that several American players had told him before the 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah, “If there was one player on the European side they’d hate to lose to,” he was the one, a smirk quickly formed on Poulter’s face.

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