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Motown Massacre

Sept. 27, 2004
Sept. 27, 2004

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Sept. 27, 2004

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Motown Massacre

Sparked by Colin Montgomerie, the Europeans eviscerate the Americans

Both sessions were humiliating, not only for the hugely disappointing Phil Mickelson--Tiger Woods pairing, but also for the entire U.S. team. The rout was so complete there was talk of the Europeans' making history by clinching before Sunday's singles.

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FOUR COLOR PHOTOSCOLOR PHOTOSIMON BRUTY (SHOES)TWO COLOR PHOTOSCORBIS (THUMBS)TWO COLOR PHOTOSJOHN BIEVER (CINK, WOODS-MICKELSON)COLOR PHOTOHARRY HOW/GETTY IMAGES (HARRINGTON-MONTGOMERIE)COLOR PHOTODAVID CANNON/GETTY IMAGES (WESTWOOD-CLARKE)WIN-WIN After success with other partners, Clarke (right) and Westwood won in foursomes.COLOR PHOTOROSS KINNAIRD/GETTY IMAGES (SUTTON)COLOR PHOTOFRED VUICH/GOLF MAGAZINE (MICKELSON-NORDEGREN) Mickelson (left) and Elin NordegrenB/W PHOTO