The United States Ryder Cup team will likely be finalized on Wednesday morning with just over two weeks remaining until the first tee shots are hit at the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. The top six are already locked in, but the other six are still hanging in the balance until U.S. captain Steve Stricker makes his selections.

There have been some rumblings about the potential for a COVID-19 replacement to be named for both sides. We’ll call this the Rahm Rule. It would be to protect the Ryder Cup teams from what happened to Jon Rahm at the Memorial earlier this year when he had to withdraw after Round 3 due to a positive COVID-19 test. It is not a sure thing this will happen, but it could.

Also, with Brooks Koepka’s health seemingly up in the air — he struck a tree root during his final nine holes at the…

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