Andrew Beef Johnston admitted he enjoyed the mad atmosphere when watching the Ryder Cup and said he would love to have been involved in it. Hydro Flask 40 Oz Australia . The actions of a small minority of the partisan American support were criticised by the likes of Rory McIlroy and Danny Willett after Europe lost 17-11 to the United States at Hazeltine.However, Johnston said he can understand why the crowd get so worked up when backing their team. It looked mad. It looked mad, Johnston told Sky Sports News HQ. But my theory on it is sometimes when you are watching golf and you have your favourites and theres 150 in the field, you want the best guys like your favourites to do well. Spectators flocked to the first tee at Hazeltine But when you go into Ryder Cup it is team and it becomes more passionate when its a team. In football you get it, in cricket you get it and stuff like that, and obviously, you dont want it going too far - people being rude and out of order - but you want that [passion].I kind of enjoy it when they are cheering when one of the balls is maybe rolling off the green and stuff like that. It just gives it something completely different, but there is a fine line for it. Patrick Reed and Rory McIlroy went toe to toe on Sunday I love that kind of atmosphere and I thought what Rory [McIlroy] and Patrick Reed did on those first eight holes [on Sunday] was ridiculous. I was buzzing for it, let alone being in the crowd there. They must have been going absolutely crackers with the performance they both put on.But I did have sympathy. Its difficult, but its one of those things and Im sure the boys will bounce back, man. They are great players and I just think it is one of those things. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ?￡6.99. No contract. Johnston is now hoping to qualify for the European team in 2018 when they will bid to win the Ryder Cup back at Le Golf National near Paris.Id love to be there, he said. Sitting there watching it, I was itching to be out there playing, so I would love to be there.Next up for Johnston is this weeks Alfred Dunhill Links Championship and he is looking forward to continuing his decent run of form after overcoming a bout of flu. Ive had a bit of flu but its nothing that bad, he said. I took it easy the last couple of days but Im having a good practice now and looking forward to getting going.My form has been pretty good. I played well in Switzerland [and finished third in the European Masters] then went out to the States for the Web.com Tour Finals and managed to pick up a PGA Tour card there, so its been busy but its been really good. Ryder Cup candidates for 2018 Andrew Beef Johnston or Shane Lowry - who will make the European team in 2018? I cant wait [to play on the PGA Tour]. Ive got a lot of messages saying come to this tournament, come here, and its just going to be a great year all round. I will hopefully play the best events there and the best events here and it makes for a great schedule.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Willett retains Ryder Cup hopes Pieters set for quick return The good, the bad and the ugly Palmer celebrated Hydro Flask 32 Oz Australia . Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas appeared to be on track to gain election from the Baseball Writers Association of America on Wednesday, and Craig Biggio could join them. Hydro Flask 32 Oz Sale .ca! Hi Kerry, Im sure youve received many emails wondering what your take is on the Spezza goal that looked like Neil blatantly kicked it in while standing directly in the middle of the crease where, you know, usually a goalie is to make a save but couldnt be due to Neil being there! Thanks! Jon - Westfield, MA Jon: Lets first ask Henrik Lundqvist what he thought of the scoring of the Sens second goal with . http://www.hydroflaskaustraliasale.com/hydro-flask-sale-24-oz.html . Correia pitched six innings of one-run ball, Eduardo Escobar homered, and the Minnesota Twins pulled away late to beat the Colorado Rockies 9-3 on Saturday.CHUNGJU, South Korea -- Canada captured a silver medal in the womens four event Friday at the World Rowing Championship in South Korea. Sarah Black of Ottawa, Christine Roper of Victoria, Natalie Mastracci of Thorold, Ont. and Cristy Nurse of Georgetown, Ont., were second in 6:47.62. The U.S. won gold in 6:43.15 and the Aussies picked up bronze in 6:49.26. "It felt amazing," said Mastracci, an Olympic silver medallist in the womens eight at the 2012 Olympics in London. "After our preliminary race we felt we had some work to do, we did exactly that," The silver medallists are also members of the womens eight and will compete in the final on Sunday. In the lightweight mens pair final, Eric Woelfl of St. Catharines, Ont., and Brendan Hodge of Delta, B.C., finished just out of the medals in fourth ooverall. Hydro Flask 21 Oz Sale. The Swiss crew won the race in 6:48.85 ahead of Italy (6:51.48) and Great Britain (6:52.08). Canadas time was 6:57.58. Also Friday, Canadas mens and womens lightweight singles rowed in B finals. Both Nick Pratt of Kingston, Ont., in the mens race and Patricia Obee of Victoria were ninth overall. The mens four was second in its final race to finish 14th overall. The crew members are all Olympians: Will Crothers of Kingston, Ont., Will Dean of Kelowna, B.C., Conlin McCabe of Brockville, Ont. and Rob Gibson of Kingston, Ont. The Canadian mens pair of Spencer Crowley of Lantzville, B.C., and Steve Van Knotsenburg of Beamsville, Ont., was fifth in the C final and 17th overall. In addition to the womens eight final, Canada will also shoot for a medal this weekend in the womens quad. ' ' '