European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke is headed to Sun City this week to take his place in a quality field of Olympians, celebrated sports stars and international business leaders for the Gary Player Invitational presented by Coca-Cola.
Branden Grace didn’t mince his words ahead of the Venetian Macao Open – he’s eyeing a third victory this season. ‘I’ve ticked off so many of my goals. I’m trying to sneak into the world’s top-10 and stay there which has been a big goal all year,’ he said. ‘It’s been a great season, which I’ve been consistent to be… Read more →
Team Europe fought back into the Ryder Cup by winning three of the afternoon four-balls on Friday at Hazeltine. Henrik Stenson and Justin Rose struck the ball for Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth to have a chance at winning and the European pair won comfortably 5&4. 14 holes. 9 birdies. 0 bogeys. 1 point.#TeamEurope pic.twitter.com/SLkTSLCsJD — Ryder Cup Team EUR… Read more →
Team USA dominated the Friday foursomes at Hazeltine National Golf Club to begin the Ryder Cup with a four-point lead over the Europeans. For the first time in 27 years the team won all four points on offer in the morning session on Friday, which includes four teams of two players who alternate shots. Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed went… Read more →
Birkdale, 1969: A mean-spirited match that featured Eric Brown, the Great Britain & Ireland captain, instructing his team not to help look for their opponents’ balls in the rough, finished with one of the great sporting gestures. On the final green in the final singles match, Jack Nicklaus gave Tony Jacklin a six-footer, knowing it meant the Ryder Cup would… Read more →