Danny Willett gave a brutally honest assessment of his Ryder Cup
Masters champion Danny Willett had an awful finish to a very disappointing Ryder Cup Sunday at Hazeltine National Golf Club, losing six of his final eight holes to Brooks Koepka in the biggest blowout of the day.
It was a weekend to forget, which began shrouded in entirely overblown controversy after Willett's brother wrote a (satirical) roast of American fans, labeling them a "baying mob of imbeciles." Willett tweeted Sunday that the behavior of some fans - Rory McIlroy had one spectator ejected after the fan made a profane and derogatory comment - proved his brother was right.
Still, Willett admitted he played poorly after going 0-3-0 over three matches, and when USA Today's Luke Kerr-Dineen asked him how he felt about his first Ryder Cup experience, Willett was incredibly blunt.
(Warning: video contains profanity)
At least he's being honest.
Very strange week here at the Ryder cup.. Tried my best but played poorly.. Unfortunately some american fans showed that @P_J_Willett was..— Danny Willett (@Danny_Willett) October 3, 2016