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After almost a week in Wisconsin, Daniel Berger and Justin Thomas look like natives.
The United States golfers, perhaps feeling ultra-confident with a 9-3 lead, came out to the first hole at Whistling Straits to pump up the crowd before the afternoon matches.
There were the perfunctory chants of "U-S-A!" and a quick session of "the wave" in the grandstand.
But the fans really lost their minds when Berger and Thomas dug into a cooler and started chucking beers into the crowd.
After it looked like the golfers had exhausted their stash, a couple cans were tossed back onto the course.
The crowd immediately implored Berger and Thomas to chug them.
Justin Thomas and Daniel Berger tossed beers into crowd. A couple were thrown back and the U.S. golfers were implored to chug them. They complied with vigor. pic.twitter.com/wSYmZDQdjA
— Ben Steele (@BenSteeleMJS) September 25, 2021
There seemed to be a moment of hesitation before the U.S. golfers slammed down the beers with gusto. They looked like seasoned pros.
The crowd, many of whom have been imbibing on the grounds since the gates opened at 6 a.m., predictably ate it up.
— Mike De Sisti (@mdesisti) September 25, 2021
This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Ryder Cup: Daniel Berger, Justin Thomas chug beers before match