Two of the Best Shots You'll See in Golf Happened at the 43rd Ryder Cup

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Bryson DeChambeau of team United States (L) and Scottie Scheffler of team United States walk across the course during Friday Afternoon Fourball Matches of the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits on September 24, 2021 in Kohler, Wisconsin. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images)

You've never seen shots like the ones Jordan Spieth and Bryson DeChambeau pulled off on the opening day of the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits.
With a 400-yard difference between the two, Spieth & DeChambeau showed off two very uniquely different skill sets.
Spieth hit a near impossible flop shot from a greenside hill on No. 17 in the opening foursome match that gave players of any and all skill levels a valuable lesson on sticking to your fundamentals.
Meanwhile, Bryson DeChambeau took a line that no one else in golf would attempt on the fifth hole, piping his drive 417 yards en route to a tap-in eagle.
The best players in the world are putting on a display of excellence at Whistling Straits that we should all sit back and appreciate.