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By Joel Beal1  Patrick Reed played like a man possessed by the spirits of Arnold Palmer, George Washington and Davy Crockett2  Hazeltine was configured to reward aggressive play, favoring the American’s length3  The Friday morning sweep delivered a haymaker from the U.S., sending an early message to the Europeans4  Though the Europeans said the boisterous pro-American crowd didn’t affect their play, it at least galvanized the U.S. team5  Bill Murray, the hands-down coolest cat in the world, was