Rickie Fowler looks on after teeing off on the fifth hole during the third round of The Memorial golf tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, U.S., June 3, 2017. Aaron Doster/USA TODAY Sports
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The Presidents Cup has never quite roused the passion of golf's Ryder Cup, but Rickie Fowler thinks this might change when the biennial event between U.S. and International teams hits New York this week.With the Big Apple's vociferous fans sure to amp up the atmosphere, and the international team desperate to end a six-event losing streak dating back to 2005, Fowler is hoping for a competitive week.The 28-year-old has participated in three Ryder Cups, dating back to 2010, so experience in team competition is not an issue, but until this year he had not done enough in odd-numbered years to qualify for the Presidents Cup.
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