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Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger shoot beers at Ryder Cup with USA in the lead


The U.S. Ryder Cup team had plenty to celebrate on Saturday at Whistling Straits, highlighted by Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger grinding beers.

As Thomas and Berger exited the course, fans urged the couple to “grab a beer.” It didn’t look like they were going to accept the challenge until someone threw beers at the two golfers on the course.

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The two then walked over to the fans and shot the brewskis.

The United States headed into the second half of day two of competition with a 9-3 lead over Europe and needed just 4.5 more points to close their first Ryder Cup victory since 2016.

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“This is obviously very important,” Dustin Johnson said via ESPN. “Even though we had a nice lead after yesterday – very well played – there are still eight points left today. You have to come out and have a good start. We’re just trying to win every session and keep that lead.”

Thomas and his partner Jordan Spieth finished two ahead of Viktor Hovland and Bernd Wiesberger in the morning quartet. The United States won seven of 18 holes in their match. Berger and Brooks Koepka were the only players to lose in the morning, dropping their Game 3-1 against Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm.

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Berger and Thomas were done for the day.