Two teams. Three days. 28 matches.
When it's all said and done, 12 men (plus captain and assistants) will be the happiest people on the planet, celebrating in a way usually restricted for Super Bowls and lotteries. The other 12 will barely force a smile, knowing that for the next two years they are responsible for not owning the Cup.
Golf Digest breaks down what each team needs to do to become the happy winners rather than the desolate losers.