As Michael Jordan exited the grounds at Mediniah, Ill., following Europe’s shocking comeback over the U.S. last weekend, he ran into a few of the European players who were still celebrating the fact that they had retained the Ryder Cup. As an honorary member of the U.S. team, Jordan likely was not as thrilled as the likes of Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia and European captain Jose Maria Olazabal. MJ congratulated them on playing well, but Garcia wasn’t going to let him get off that easy.
As you can see from the video above that The Jersey Chaser passed along, Sergio leaned into the window of Jordan’s SUV and planted a kiss right on his cheek. Garcia must have been in a kissing mood after the big win, because His Airness wasn’t the only man he kissed during the celebration. Apparently if you were in Sergio’s path on Sunday afternoon, you were at risk of receiving some bro love.
Now that the Ryder Cup is over, Luke Donald sets out to complete his European Tour schedule.
He has played 10 tournaments that count toward the required 13 events he must play, although he raised one point that Europe might want to consider.
Why shouldn't the Ryder Cup count?
The U.S. PGA Tour for years has counted the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup toward its minimum 15 events...
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