Rory McIlroy told to “relax” as fresh details on Ryder Cup bust-up emerge

Rory McIlroy told to “relax” as fresh details on Ryder Cup bust-up emerge

As new details about the Ryder Cup altercation surface, Rory McIlroy is advised to “relax.”.

On the second day of the Ryder Cup, caddy Joe LaCava and player Rory McIlroy got into an argument on the 18th green.
Now, new information from vice-captain Fred Couples has come to light.

Fresh information on the dispute between Rory McIlroy and Joe LaCava at the Ryder Cup has been provided by golfing celebrity Fred Couples.

A 16-5-11-5 victory over Team USA last week at the Marco Simone Golf and Country Club allowed Team Europe to reclaim the illustrious trophy.
As part of the tournament, Europe won the trophy for the first time since Paris in 2018 and continued a streak of home victories without a loss dating back to 1997.

McIlroy and Matt Fitzpatrick competed against American players Patrick Cantlay and Wyndham Clark in the four-ball matches on Saturday night.
With a slim chance of winning going into the Sunday singles matches, Team USA defeated Europe by a score of 1-up.

LaCava, Cantlay’s caddy in the Saturday four-ball match, did not win McIlroy over. LaCava was jubilant after Cantlay made a 35-foot putt for a birdie, which infuriated McIlroy, who was standing in the middle of the green lining up his own putt.

LaCava responded in a way that was criticized after McIlroy asked him to move while he lined up his putt.
After the game was over, the argument carried over to the parking lot, where McIlroy was visibly still enraged by what had happened on the 18th green.

Couples has recently revealed new information about what was said between McIlroy and LaCava.
Couples served as Zach Johnson’s vice-captain on the Team USA.
Couples debated whether what occurred was disrespectful and discussed what McIlroy said to Cantlay’s caddy on the 18th green.

It’s the final game of the day.
We are being completely pummeled. Now is our chance to score a half.
Couples asked on SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio, “Did someone pull a Justin Leonard and sprint across the green?”.

“I questioned Joe LaCava about what was said.
He claimed that when Rory glared at him and commanded him to move, he intentionally extended the sound of the ‘oo’,” Couples said.
“‘Relax Rory,’ Joe retorted.
People then believe that when he made that hand motion, he muted Rory.

Little Harry Diamond, whom we all adore, caddies for Rory, he added.
I don’t have time for you, Joe said. Joe turned to leave the area after that.

He was being yelled at by Shane Lowry and Thomas Bjorn, which is acceptable.
Since Shane Lowry and Thomas Bjorn are guarding their team’s star player, I have no issues with them.

“No one did anything wrong; he [LaCava] didn’t bump into him [McIlroy], he didn’t stand over him, and it wouldn’t be a 15-yard penalty for taunting in college football.

“Joe was probably not correct.
Did anyone, however, show disrespect to the European team?


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