After the USA's big Saturday performance at the Ryder Cup, no one predicted that the Europeans would stage a comeback and retain the cup. All the golf experts thought that the US could just coast to victory.
Except one man.
Comedian, yes, comedian and not golf expert, Norm Macdonald predicted that the Europeans would stage a huge comeback against the Americans.
Macdonald said on his Twitter, @normmacdonald, earlier today, "The American team is much better. It would be the greatest comeback ever. And yet, it somehow seems likely."
He gave a pretty good play by play of the final round on his Twitter and Macdonald really knows his golf. He even predicted that if the US clinches it today, then Jason Dufner would be the golfer to do it. He was oh so close on that one.
Macdonald also gave a nice little tidbit by saying that a full moon shined down on Medinah last night, the first time that's happened at a Ryder Cup since Brookline in 1999 when the US staged an epic comeback against the Europeans.
Not only is Norm Macdonald a very funny comedian, but I would now call him a golf expert. Someone should really hire him for his golf expertise.