Ryder Cup 2018: Woods meets another Tiger, McIlroy orchestrates thunderclap

Rory McIlroy got the Icelandic 'thunderclap' going during a practice round and Tiger Woods left a Junior Ryder Cup player shaking.

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Tiger Woods met a promising teenager named after him and Jim Furyk knocked the lid off the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National as the excitement continued to build on Wednesday ahead of the prestigious event.

Star-struck 16-year-old Englishman Robin Tiger Williams, who played in a Junior Ryder Cup which the USA won on Tuesday, was left "a bit shaky" after Woods had a chat with him on the course on the outskirts of Paris.

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Captain Furyk reacted quickly when the top of the famous trophy came off as he sat down for a team photo two days before his side start their bid to win back-to-back Ryder Cups.

Rory McIlroy was in his element as he orchestrated an Icelandic 'thunderclap' during a practice round on another action-packed day in France.

Here, we have collated the best of Wednesday's Twitter interaction around the Ryder Cup.

Wednesday at the Ryder Cup  

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